Initiated as a response to media coverage of the Republic of Haiti in the aftermath of the January 12, 2010 earthquake, THE PUBLIC ARCHIVE serves as a historical resource for Haiti, Afghanistan and in the future, other countries mis-, under-, or poorly- represented within the mainstream press.
As a digital clearinghouse and teaching resource, it compiles historical essays, archival material, and well-informed journalism from across the web, mainly from freely available, if not always easily accessible, open-source journals, digital repositories, and online newspapers and periodicals.
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