Borderless Magazine is a nonprofit news outlet that is reimagining immigration journalism for a more just and equitable future. Founded by three award-winning Chicago journalists in 2017, Borderless is driven by an urgent desire to create space in the immigration . . . Read More »
The publishing arm of the Indigenous Media Freedom Alliance (IMFA), Buffalo’s Fire provides quality video news to tribal communities in the Northern Great Plains. It seeks to fill information gaps for American Indians, particularly those living in rural areas. . . . Read More »
Documented is a nonprofit newsroom dedicated to covering New York City’s immigrants and the policies that affect their lives. It details how shifts in immigration policy are playing out locally, on issues such as immigration enforcement, labor and city and . . . Read More »
Based in Charleston, SC, El Informador is the largest Spanish newspaper serving the Charleston Metro and Hilton Head Island, reaching the fastest growing Latino market in the state’s Lowcountry region. Working together with the local Latino community, it provides local, . . . Read More »
El Tecolote is a community journalist effort, a training ground for journalism, and plays an important role in the San Francisco Bay Area by covering issues often ignored by the mainstream press. It is a biweekly publication with a circulation . . . Read More »
Flint Beat was launched in 2017 to fill news gaps in an underserved community after Flint, Mich. residents said they needed more from their news coverage during the city’s water crisis. Flint Beat covers everything Flint including local news, politics, . . . Read More »
La Noticia is a Spanish-language news organization that serves 300,000 Latinos in Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Raleigh. Its mission is to deliver high quality news and information that helps Latinos in the North Carolina region be productive members of society. . . . Read More »
Founded in 2017 in advance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., MLK50 centers narratives that reflect the demographics of Memphis, which is 65% Black. MLK50 also focuses on those who live on the . . . Read More »
Pulso is a digital media news, culture and entertainment social enterprise by Latinos, for Latinos, dedicated to keeping the pulse on nuestra gente. . . . Read More »
PushBlack is the largest non-profit news and media platform for Black-Americans. It has trusted relationships with its community and encourages Black people to take action in civically shaping the kinds of communities they want to live in.
Qcitymetro exists to serve the needs of Black Charlotte, NC. Its mission is to provide this audience with the news and information it needs to thrive as a community of informed residents, voters, consumers and leaders. . . . Read More »
Sahan Journal seeks to provide fair, groundbreaking news coverage that illuminates issues affecting Minnesota’s immigrants and refugees and to chronicle how these communities are changing and redefining what it means to be a Minnesotan.
The Atlanta Voice is the largest audited African American community newspaper in Georgia with over 600 distribution locations throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area, with digital distribution, email, social and mobile apps. . . . Read More »
The New York Amsterdam News was one of the first unionized Black newspapers in the country. Its mission is to be the voice of the often voiceless and to magnify issues that most deeply impact communities of color in New . . . Read More »
The TRiiBE is a digital publication and production company whose mission is to reshape the narrative of Black Chicago and to give ownership back to the people. The TRiiBE is a producer and curator of original content about issues, experiences . . . Read More »
WURD Radio is the only African-American owned and operated commercial talk radio station in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Started in 2002, WURD has evolved into a multimedia, multi-platform communications company that reaches deeply into the Black community through radio, events, . . . Read More »