Find Sources with 50+ Free Diverse Source Databases

These databases make finding sources from underrepresented backgrounds easier.

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You’re probably not quoting enough marginalized voices. This disparity in reporting undermines journalists’ credibility and underestimates the complexity of any subject. These databases will help you diversify your sources.

If you’re worried about getting started, audit your published work for the past 3-6 months. Keep track of the races and genders you’re including. Don’t be intimidated or discouraged. The Atlantic’s Ed Yong spent two years trying to fix the gender imbalance in his stories. You’re not alone.

1. General expert databases

2. Science, health, food, and environment

3. Writers, journalists, and marketing

4. Photographers

5. Designers, illustrators, and filmmakers

6. Business

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