News Literacy Project to be featured on AOL.com’s homepage on April 11

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On April 11, the News Literacy Project will be featured on AOL’s homepage as part of its “cause module” program.

AOL sets aside space on its homepage daily for a vetted charity or nonprofit that offers a message with national appeal.

The NLP cause module will expose the project’s mission to a large number of visitors to AOL.com and enable them to make online donations. The cause module averages between 4,000 and 7,000 clicks a day, according to AOL.

The NLP cause module will run for 24 hours with the project’s logo, a donation link and a link to our web page.

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