[WEBINAR] Bilingual Media Literacy Workshop
Join PEN America, All Voting is Local Florida, and Respeta Mi Gente for a live and interactive media literacy training, offered in both Spanish and English, on Monday, October 19 at 6:30pm ET to discuss best practices and defense strategies to combat election disinformation this fall.
During this 90-minute training, participants will review the fundamentals of disinformation, how to better identify manipulated content, and will leave equipped with PEN America’s Media Literacy Toolkit, which provides practical tools for how to identify false information and prevent its spread. We have baked in timely and localized examples to make sense of misinformation in the context of the upcoming election and will build on our ongoing media literacy workshops and panels with local journalists. We’ll discuss how bad actors target BIPOC communities with election-related disinformation to sow distrust and how to use media literacy skills to combat the erosive effects of these disinformation campaigns.
Live Spanish-Language Interpretation
This conversation will be offered in English or Spanish via live Zoom Interpretation – please be sure to download the Zoom app in advance to access the interpretation option. Thank you to our interpreters, Ernest Niño-Murcia and Claudia Cereghino.
This workshop is free and open to the public, and is designed to equip voters with the tools to identify misleading content and to help prevent the spread of misinformation. This virtual event is co-sponsored by All Voting is Local and Respeta Mi Gente.
Please confirm your registration at the Zoom link below. For more information, contact Hannah Waltz, Media Literacy Training Coordinator, at [email protected].