If Every Day Were April Fools’ Day

News consumers have developed some bad habits. We gravitate to platforms that only share news we want to hear, share stories after only reading their headlines and get sucked into content that outrages or entertains us.
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Celebrating Black History Month with NewseumED

Make Some Noise, civil rights, black history month

NewseumED’s Making a Change: The First Amendment and the Civil Rights Movement EDCollection explores how advocates for — and against — change in the civil rights era leveraged the five freedoms of the First Amendment. 
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NewseumED Fights Misinformation This Media Literacy Week

NewseumED-Facebook partnership

NewseumED will be running daily activities throughout its social media channels — each with a video related to a letter in NewseumED’s acronym E.S.C.A.P.E. to evaluate information.
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Newsroom to Newsfeed: NewseumED Unveils New Media Literacy Resources

Fact Finder, NED, NewseumED

Newseum Education has raided the reporter’s toolbox to create a collection of strategies that help students avoid hoaxes and misinformation.
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NewseumED Spearheads Educational Ad Campaign

NED, Weed Out Propaganda

This initiative empowers voters to make informed choices.
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NewseumED Receives Hearst Foundation Grant

NewseumED, Hearst Foundation logo, grant

The grant makes possible critical education efforts around fake news and media literacy.
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Using our core freedoms to push for positive change

Newseum Education

The Newseum Education Department offers classes and resources on how social movements past and present have used the five freedoms to achieve change.
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