Inside El Tímpano
Apply to be El Tímpano’s Senior Reporter/Editor
Report and edit in-depth coverage of inequities, systems, and solutions of issues facing the Bay Area’s Latino & Mayan immigrants.
Apply to be El Tímpano’s Director of Development
Lead fundraising for a growing, nationally recognized, Latino media and civic engagement nonprofit.
El Tímpano expands its civic media to East Contra Costa
El Tímpano will conduct an in-depth listening process to hear from residents what they want to see in local Spanish-language media.
El Tímpano welcomes new editorial staff
We are expanding our capacity to produce in-depth journalism with, for, and about the Bay Area’s Latino and Mayan immigrant communities.
El Tímpano collaborates with Latino USA
This collaboration is the latest of El Tímpano’s ongoing coverage of health and housing produced with, for, and about the Bay Area’s Latino and Mayan immigrants.
The roadblocks to relief
Latino immigrants sound off on the challenges of accessing social services intended to help through the pandemic
El Tímpano is growing
First we built a community. Now we’re building a newsroom, and expanding to the wider Bay Area.
A new partnership with Libraries Without Borders US
El Tímpano and LWB US are supporting a community organizer to address information gaps facing Latino and Mayan immigrants in the Bay Area.
El Tímpano takes home major award
El Tímpano’s COVID-19 coverage was judged best by peers in journalism that centers communities and their information needs.
El Tímpano’s community-centered approach to combat misinformation in Latino and Mayan immigrant communities.
Building a bridge with a Maya frame of mind
On the relationship between local media and Oakland’s Mayan indigenous community, and more.
How systems thinking is guiding El Tímpano’s reporting
From icebergs to feedback loops, systems thinking is helping us understand the largely invisible crisis of overcrowding within Latino communities in the Bay.
March 2020-March 2021 Impact Report
El Tímpano’s first impact report outlines how we expanded our work and organization as we informed, engaged, and amplified the voices of communities most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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