Washingtonian lists NLP as a nonprofit worthy of support

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Once again, Washingtonian magazine has included the News Literacy Project as a local nonprofit that is “worthy of your money.” Adia H. Robinson writes that NLP is among “ten that we’re particularly enthusiastic about this year.”

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NLP students join Broadway stars to consider ‘true’ versus ‘true-ish’

NLP’s Alan Miller (left) moderated the talkback session with Lifespan of a Fact director Leigh Silverman and actors Bobby Cannavale, Daniel Radcliffe and Cherry Jones. “Facts have to be the final measure of truth.”   That’s what fact-checker Jim Fingal (portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe) says in the play The Lifespan of a Fact. At the News Literacy…

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Using Checkology® to improve civil discourse in the classroom

For Nicole Finnesand, integrating current events into her lessons at a middle school in the southeast corner of South Dakota was daunting — until she encountered the News Literacy Project and its Checkology® virtual classroom. She teaches in Colton, a tiny town (population 676, according to 2017 Census estimates) about 25 miles northwest of Sioux…

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School Library Journal promotes the ‘Freedom’ shoe (and NLP)

Teachers and librarians often find themselves standing for long periods, and School Library Journal has a solution for their fatigued feet: the “Freedom” line of women’s shoes from the Samuel Hubbard Shoe Company, featuring the First Amendment engraved on the sole. Even better, SLJ executive editor Kathy Ishizuka notes, each purchase benefits the News Literacy…

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