Global Media Literacy Education with the Pulitzer Center

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Join the Pulitzer Center Education team to learn more about the many types of misinformation and approaches to media literacy. Participants will reflect on what global media literacy looks like in the classroom by exploring thinking routines and resources that encourage students to make local-global connections and identify power structures and dominant narratives that shape media. This workshop will feature an alumnus of the Pulitzer Center's Teacher Fellowship program, who will share their experience teaching an original project-based unit that cultivates global media literacy, and their tips for other educators doing this work.

International Book Club: Migration as Economic Imperialism

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Join IRIS NRC for our International Book Club with Immanuel Ness, chair of the Political Science Department at Brooklyn College. Register for the online discussion for the opportunity to hear from Dr. Ness on his …

International Book Club: Mapping Abundance with Candace Fujikane

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Register Now Candace Fujikane is Professor of English at the University of Hawaiʻi and an activist in struggles for an independent and sustainable Hawai’i. Her acclaimed book Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future (2021) explores how Indigenous ancestral …