Media literacy

It's time for a media literacy revolution — and Kelsey Russell is at the helm.
Media literacy is all about building critical thinking skills and learning to ask questions.
Following the murder of George Floyd, The Associated Press issued guidance that reporters should not describe instances where police shot someone with neutral language. It didn't work.
Children need to understand the influence of advertisements and other media to be empowered to make smart decisions.
Older kids and teens need to hone their skills to process what's in their feed ― and sniff out fake news.
Experts share their advice for parents who want to raise informed media consumers.
Should you call out a friend who shares disinformation or misleading stories about COVID-19 or anything else on social media?
We also need news and religion literacy to combat today’s toxic environment.