New NLP video narrated by Ron Claiborne


The News Literacy Project’s latest video, “How to Know What to Believe,” is now available on NLP’s YouTube and Vimeo channels.

The video showcases the program’s impact in partner schools in the project’s three regions.  The video is narrated by ABC News anchor and correspondent Ron Claiborne, an active NLP journalist fellow. His portion of the video was shot on the set of ABC’s weekend edition of Good Morning America.

Featured journalists include Matea Gold of the Los Angeles Times and Ari Shapiro of NPR. The video also includes excerpts from interviews with Alan C. Miller, NLP’s founder and president, and with principals, teachers and students from partner schools in Chicago, New York City and Bethesda, Maryland.

Special thanks to Ron Claiborne and ABC News and Raoul Rañoa of the Los Angeles Times for their participation.

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