With Trump gone, a path to citizenship is back on the table. Latino immigrants say it’s a chance “to feel like a normal human.”
We are excited to announce El Tímpano’s advisory council, composed of a number of individuals who believe in El Tímpano’s vision of community-centered local news, and have supported the organization’s growth and success. They come to us with backgrounds in arts, community organizing, Mayan- and Spanish-language media, international journalism, movement strategy, civic engagement, and more. […]
After Maria González got sick, she expected a follow-up call from county health workers. Why didn’t it come?
We’re collaborating with local stakeholders to cover the crisis of overcrowded housing and its impact on public health.
A third of OUSD students are English learners. For them and their families, getting a free Chromebook is not enough to bridge the digital divide.
The two newsrooms launch new a new partnership to serve and reflect Oakland’s Spanish-speaking communities.
El Tímpano has provided information to our audience about COVID-19, and responded to 100s of questions, comments and concerns.
Read about our process of co-designing a community advisory board, how plans shifted, and what we learned in the process.
For three months, hundreds of East Oakland residents received a weekly text with “news you can use” from El Tímpano. They had all signed up to be a part of our latest pilot, “Pasa La Voz”.
El Tímpano is featured in the section on “Outstanding Innovation Models” along with Univision Digital, Radio Ambulante, and two other game-changing media organizations.