Some tips from NPR’s Education Team for finding diverse sources for your reporting, including some of these tools.
“Reporters should always be trying to challenge their assumptions about things. If we’re talking to the same people all the time, we’re not challenging our assumptions.” Source: AJR, June 2010, The Quote Machines
SheSource from Women's Media Center - an online database of media-experienced women experts who we connect to journalists, bookers and producers.
InterviewHer is a tool which aims to make it easier for journalists to reach credible, women expert sources on issues of conflict, peace and security globally.
Foreign Policy Interrupted women experts in various areas in foreign policy.
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is America's largest Hispanic business organization
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Diverse Sources is a searchable database of underrepresented experts in the areas of science, health & the environment.
Source List is a multicultural database of women technologists and cross-cutting technology policy experts.
AcademiaNet a tool used to gain access to numerous profiles of excellent women academics from every discipline in Europe.