News literacy sessions in Brazil

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Christine Nyirjesy Bragale, NLP’s senior vice president of communications, is taking the news literacy message to Brazil this week. Between Nov. 6 and Nov. 13 she will be leading discussions on media literacy and information disorder, open to the public, in Manaus, Brasília and Sāo Paulo; she will also meet with students, educators and journalists.

Bragale’s visit is sponsored by the U.S. Embassy and several Brazilian educational institutions and news outlets.

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