Parents Might Be Spreading Fake News
20 min

Casey’s parents both work in healthcare, but that does not always keep them from believing and sometimes sharing false information whose sources are dubious at best. A pro helps us understand the challenges inherent in this situation and work through tools to empower our loved ones.

Our expert, Michelle Ciulla Lipkin, is the director of Executive Director of the National Association for Media Literacy Education. She joins the podcast to talk about helping your family members to feel empowered in finding solid, reputable news sources and sharing the information they learn.

You can visit Michelle's organization's website, or follow them on Twitter @MediaLiteracyEd. If you loved this episode, be sure to check out Dad Voted for Trump and Mom Drove into NYC Amid the COVID-19 Crisis.

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