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CRL's new focus on digitization of Latin American materials has begun to expose a wealth of resources for cultural and political studies.
New funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable CRL and international partners to expand access to source materials for area and international studies. 
Readex's metadata for digitized newspapers provides valuable data on publication history and product coverage in key databases for academic research.
LLMC is digitizing Cuban legal materials, increasing access to Cuba's legal patrimony.
The Latin American Materials Project (LAMP) has microfilmed issues from 1992 of the New York City newspaper Listín USA, which covered the Dominican community there.
LAMP recently microfilmed the contemporary Mexican newspaper El Diario de Juárez for the years 2008-2010.
CRL digitization recently reached another  milestone: over seven million pages of items digitized from CRL collections are now available to CRL members.
LAMP (Latin American Materials Project) has digitized the Brazilian newspaper Diario de Pernambuco from the University of Florida's microfilm collection.
LARRP (Latin Americanist Research Resources Project) has provided funding to the recently launched Digital Archive of Latin American and Caribbean Ephemera, which is hosted at Princeton University.
LARRP (Latin Americanist Research Resources Project) has provided funding to support the digitization of the 1936 issues of the Puerto Rican newspaper El Mundo.
LAMP (formerly the Latin American Microform Project) has microfilmed seven Bolivian newspapers from the late 19th century.
LAMP (formerly the Latin American Microform Project) has acquired microfilm of the years 1908–31 of the popular Peruvian weekly publication Variedades.
The Latin American Periodicals Tables of Contents is now available at http://laptoc.library.vanderbilt.edu
LAMP has provided funding for the digitization of the Brazilian newspaper Diario de Pernambuco.
LAMP collaborated with several Brazilian institutions to preserve archival material related to the life of Abdias do Nascimento (1914–2011), an important Afro-Brazilian artist, activist, scholar, and politician.
LAMP (formerly the Latin American Microform Project) funded the digitization of a collection of Puerto Rican Civil Court Cases held by the University of Connecticut.
LAMP and the University of Texas have duplicated 600 serials from the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas at Austin.
LAMP is funding the digitization of Puerto Rican court documents at the University of Connecticut.
Records of Brazil’s Supreme Military Tribunal, protected by LAMP for 25 years, will be digitized in Brazil.
The Latin Americanist Research Resources Project (LARRP) will hold its annual Members Meeting on Sunday, May 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in Philadelphia in association with the SALALM conference.