We’re a big part of the fix for ‘junk news’

Individual consumers bear just as much responsibility as social media companies in the fight against junk news.
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Newseum and AAUW Partner on Media Literacy Education Initiatives

NewseumED and American Association of University Women

Free online resources developed by NewseumED and AAUW provide timely guidance on identifying and avoiding junk news.
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Newseum Celebrates Media Literacy Week

NewseumED-Facebook partnership

As revelations unfold daily about the destructive impact of fake news, the Newseum emerges as a leading provider of media literacy education.
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NewseumED.org Endorsed by National Council for the Social Studies

National Council for the Social Studies

The website helps students understand the historical underpinnings of today’s issues, sharpen their analytical skills, and make informed decisions in a diverse and demanding world.
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Free Admission for Service Members During Veterans Day Weekend

Veterans Day

Active duty and retired members of the military will receive free admission to the Newseum from Nov. 10 through Nov. 12.
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The Unabomber Manifesto: Giving a Killer a Voice

Newseum and Discovery Channel series explore ethical decisions faced by newspaper publishers in printing a manifesto from one of America’s most infamous criminals.
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Newseum Unveils Exhibit on Fake News

Fake News

The exhibit uses eye-opening examples to show how lies and misinformation influenced the 2016 presidential election.
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Newseum Partners With Facebook on Media Literacy Initiative

NewseumED-Facebook partnership

The partnership will allow the Newseum to reach an even wider audience with its resources on fighting fake news and misinformation.
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Capturing the Unabomber

Theodore Kaczynski

Newseum artifacts bring the Unabomber story to life for fans of the Discovery Channel series “Manhunt: UNABOMBER.”
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Hefner, Rolling Stone: Goodbye to two original free spirit, free speech icons

With the impending sale of Rolling Stone and the death of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, the sun sets on two champions for free expression.
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