Driven by the principles to "seek, educate, and serve," The Humanity Archive uses engaging mediums "to explore history critically and look at all the tragedies and triumphs of humanity." This is accomplished through articles, podcast episodes, and additional content. Jermaine Fowler, an educator and historian, hosts the podcast, which "explores society, culture, biographies, and politics through the lens of history." This often involves profiling movements and movement leaders (for example, the January 9, 2020 episode focuses on Martin Luther King Jr. and the May 27, 2020 episode discusses Ida B. Wells). Readers can find these episodes on the Podcast page at the link above or stream the show on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. On the Articles page, readers will find a blog with several posts. Some posts build on podcast episodes, while others offer stand-alone content. Educators may also be interested in joining The Humanity Archive's Patreon community (linked on the History Club page). Here, for a small fee, readers can gain access to bonus materials, including "study guides, articles, and reading lists," particularly suitable for history classrooms.