NLP’s Peter Adams discusses news literacy lessons from Ferguson

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Peter D. Adams, the News Literacy Project’s senior vice president for educational programs, talks technology and truth — and why social media responses to police violence in Ferguson, Missouri (and beyond) might signal a new era of watchdog journalism. His column, “News literacy lessons from Ferguson that resonate today,” was published in the Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff, Arizona) and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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