Support a fact-based future this Giving Tuesday!


Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement dedicated to charitable giving. Every day, the News Literacy Project is working to create a national community of upstanders for facts. We’re equipping educators, students, journalists and the public with tools to discern fact from fiction and the critical thinking skills to identify, share and act on credible information.

This is no small feat, and we could not do it without the generosity of our supporters! (We’re proud of the achievements you’ve made possible over the last year!  Click here  to view our latest annual report.)

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Our champions depend on us for news literacy education. And we depend on you. 

For every 100,000 students we reached with news literacy resources in the 2022-23 school year.

For every state and the District of Columbia where Checkology® is being taught.

For each post on RumorGuard™ since its launch in October 2022.

For every 1 million media impressions during National News Literacy Week, from public service announcements, social media and more — our most successful public awareness campaign to date.

If you believe as we do that everyone deserves access to these skills, make a Giving Tuesday gift to support #NewsLiteracyNow.

You can also follow and share our #GivingTuesday social media posts (@newslitproject) or create your own to help amplify our reach.

Thank you for your generous support toward a future founded on facts — today and every day!

More Updates

Livestream: Vetting election information

The News Literacy Project is hosting a panel of experts who work with the military community for a virtual discussion about common types of election-related misinformation and practical tips and tools for finding reliable news sources before voting.


NLP defines news literacy for Encyclopedia Britannica entry 

In a recent update to Encyclopedia Britannica, Pamela Brunskill, the News Literacy Project’s senior director of education, broke down the meaning of news literacy. She detailed how to assess different types of information, understand the First Amendment, detect misinformation and practice civic responsibility. “News literacy teaches people how to think critically about timely issues and…

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