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A collection of Cuban posters built through a cooperative agreement between the University of California, Berkeley and the José Martí National Library of Cuba. The predominant subjects are Cuban culture and international solidarity.
A historical archive of materials from the Black perspective. The collection, managed by New Urban Collective in Amsterdam, holds over 5000 books, with special attention paid to Afro-Caribbeans. In Dutch.
Radio Ambulante is an award-winning podcast that tells stories about Latin America and the Caribbean. Topics covered included the Puerto Rican debt crisis and the thousands of Cubans going to South and Central America to get to the United States.
Episodes are in Spanish, and include a transcript in both Spanish and English.
An online archive of news images from ICAIC (Instituto Cuban del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos) hosted by L'Ina. Webpage is in French.
Center for Research Libraries
The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) houses rare and uncommon primary resources from all over the world. In an effort to make their resources readily available, the subject specialists at the CRL created guides listing materials in their holdings, as well as promote initiatives relating to resource access.
The Latin American Materials Project (LAMP) is the CRL's effort to digitize and microfilm unique and rare pieces from Latin America. It is particularly strong in Brazilian materials, Haitian imprints, and ministerial documents from the entire region.