Five key lessons from our work designing and facilitating workshops and informing communities impacted by targeted disinformation
Estos padres del Área de la Bahía dejaron sus países de origen en América Central en la última década. Mientras exploran opciones para la reunificación familiar, los años de separación de sus hijos afectan en sus vidas.
First we built a community. Now we’re building a newsroom, and expanding to the wider Bay Area.
On the relationship between local media and Oakland’s Mayan indigenous community, and more.
El Tímpano has provided information to our audience about COVID-19, and responded to 100s of questions, comments and concerns.
Hundreds of residents shared with El Tímpano what they want to see in local media, and suggest innovative ways to address information gaps.
In a one-month pilot, more than 100 residents share how they are impacted by the rising cost of housing.
How El Tímpano asked a local community about the information they want, and what we learned in the process.