In UCLA Magazine, Washington Post’s Matea Gold cites her work with NLP

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In an interview with UCLA Magazine (the alumni magazine of the University of California, Los Angeles), Matea Gold, editor of the political investigations team at The Washington Post, talks about her work with the News Literacy Project and our role in combating misinformation. Gold, a member of NLP’s National Leadership Council, is a longtime NLP volunteer and in 2016 was the first recipient of our John S. Carroll Journalist of the Year Award.

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The Voting Rights Act remains relevant 55 years after passage

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Public radio piece describes impacts of misinformation

This Northern Public Radio segment, Social Media Has Seen A Rise In Misinformation During COVID-19. How Can You Learn To Spot It?, with NLP’s Peter Adams makes important points about the impacts of misinformation. Anyone can experience the negative effects even if they do not share or believe the false content Peter says in the…

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