(part of the Random Minds media literacy project)
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There’s a lot to say on this topic, but I thought I’d briefly share a personal experience I’ve had that has influenced my thinking on this. A number of…
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Perhaps this is the result of being cooped up for as long as I have been for the past few years and isolated. Or maybe I really am becoming an…
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This guide will cover some of the basics when it comes to considering the coverage that we all read day-to-day so that we may be able to better…
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A 'Random Minds' Project
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Cultural appropriation tends to be frowned upon, but by whom? Recently, I found myself watching a video where someone had dressed up in a traditional…
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I find that these days doubt, more often than fear, keeps me from writing about some of the topics deemed more ‘controversial.’ I’ve thought many times…
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Ever since I’ve began speaking my mind more openly—and publicly, I’ve also become more hyper-aware of the impact this might have on how people in my…
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I have a little confession to make… As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been neglecting my Substack somewhat. I didn’t mean to. It just sort of…happened…
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“What took you so long to learn how to drive,” said the examiner as he got into the car, saddling himself next to me. No doubt, preparing for a bumpy…
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Critical thinking is an antidote. This posts highlights some books that encourage it. If there’s a book you haven’t read and would like read, leave a…
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A little less than a year ago, I had written about the White House’s Dangerous War on Disinformation. Unfortunately, it’s time for a sequel. You see, in…
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