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The Southeast Asia Materials Project (SEAM) has preserved two newspapers from Jayapura, Indonesia:  Tifa Irian (1993-1997) and Tifa Papua (2000-2004).
CRL's partner LLMC has digitized many primary legal documents from the Berlin State Library, which are now available to CRL libraries.  These materials complement other German resources in LLMC's collection that were sourced from other libraries, including the University of Pennsylvania's Biddle Law Library, the Library of Congress, and many others.
CIFNAL, GNARP, and SEEMP have issued the following "European Studies Statement on Collection Development, Access, and Equity in the Time of COVID-19"
The Latin American Materials Project (LAMP) supported the digitization of several newspapers and sets of archival material compiled by Memorias de la Patagonia Austral, a project of Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Bibliotecas y Archivos. 
This is a friendly reminder that the deadline to submit nominations for the FY21 Purchase Proposal Program is September 30, 2020. This program is one of the ways our research library community collectively builds, stewards, and shares materials to support inspired research and teaching. 
The Technical Report Archive & Image Library (TRAIL) has released its Summer 2020 Newsletter, which provides important program updates.
As a research Library, CRL shares its members’ strong interest in access to contemporary news content to support research and teaching without geographic or linguistic limits.
The Slavic and East European Materials Project (SEEMP) has digitized issues of the Ukrainian Catholic newspaper Ameryka, published in Philadelphia.
CRL and East View Information Services have released the Independent and Revolutionary Mexican Newspapers, the third Open Access collection of titles digitized under the Global Press Archive (GPA) CRL Charter Alliance. This collection adds to the growing collection of Open Access material available through East View's Global Press Archive program.
Earlier this month, we shared a letter from CRL's President with a foreword from CRL's Head of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives. In our statement, we affirmed CRL's long-standing position as a global organization that prides itself on the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and our dedication to helping the stories of marginalized people be told and their voices be heard. The impact of the recent demonstrations has been, and continues to be, profoundly felt, first-hand, within the CRL community.