The Immigrant Archive Project (IAP), the nation’s first comprehensive oral history project on the immigrant experience in America, announced a partnership with reVolver Podcasts, the online destination for multicultural, on-demand audio, to offer the Immigrant Archive Project Podcast featuring in depth, highly personal and unscripted conversations with immigrants and the children of immigrants from all walks of life. The Immigrant Archive Project Podcast will be available on reVolverPodcasts.com, iTunes, Google Play Music, Spotify and iHeart Radio beginning April 17, 2017.
“The Immigrant Archive Project’s sole mission is to record, archive and share the stories of immigrants in the United States in an effort to honor their contributions while helping us all better understand the immigrant experience,” said Tony Hernandez, cofounder of the IAP and the podcast's host. “There has never been a better time to amplify the reach of these compelling stories. Our newly established partnership with reVolver Podcasts will ensure that these invaluable testimonies and conversations reach an exponentially larger audience.”
“We are proud to join forces with the Immigrant Archive Project at this particular moment in our country’s history,” said Jack Hobbs, President of reVolver Podcasts. “There is no time like the present to honor the sacrifice, struggle and success of those who have courageously set the stage for Latinos in the U.S. The IAP’s podcast is a great listen and a true testament to the power of diversity in America.”