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“Fake News” — Discerning what is fake, biased or untrue in the news

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Presented by Stillwater Public Library at Stillwater Public Library, Stillwater MN

Nov 13 2017
“Fake News” — Discerning what is fake, biased or untrue in the news
Join us at the Stillwater Public Library on Monday, November 13, 2017 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm for “Fake News”: Discerning what is fake, biased or untrue in the news that policy-makers and citizens are reading and seeing.  The discussion will be led by David Schultz of Hamline University and Lindsay Metts-Benson of the University of Minnesota. These experts on deciphering reality versus “alternative facts” or deceptive news coverage will discuss the challenges we face as we search for sources
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