Branch of Community History
For the Raíces team, community history is a verb, not a noun. Participants of our Branch of Community History projects and programs actively engage in “doing history” by resource sharing as well as creating original material and content. This Community Resource Library page serves as a directory and portal for the resources created and shared. Check back often for updates or join our email list for announcements directly to your inbox.
Group members attending the 12/7/2021 meeting on the topic of independent and investigative journalism were asked to share one resource- a website, podcast or radio show, journal, etc- that they consider to be a source of, or a resource or tool for, independent or investigative journalism.
Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Shared by Miriam Padilla Vargas
Centro is a research institute that is dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States and that produces and disseminates relevant interdisciplinary research. Centro also collects, preserves, and provides access to library resources documenting Puerto Rican history and culture.
Files logged by Abby Martin
Shared by Layla Ahmed
Shared by Mellie Torres
The Fund for Investigative Journalism provides grants and other support to independent journalists and news organizations to produce high-quality, unbiased, nonpartisan investigative stories that have an impact.
Shared by Katarina Karis
In Cultured Company is a leadership development organization committed to racial equity and transforming legacies of conflict between Black and/or Latinx leaders and communities with a particular focus on Haitians and Dominicans. We aim to reclaim our history and healing by providing thought leadership that drives people-centered movements for our collective liberation.
Shared by Francisco G. Gómez
Third World Newsreel (TWN) is an alternative media arts organization that fosters the creation, appreciation and dissemination of independent film and video by and about people of color and social justice issues.
Shared by Nicole Wines
ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with moral force. We dig deep into important issues, shining a light on abuses of power and betrayals of public trust — and we stick with those issues as long as it takes to hold power to account.