Spanish-language Disinformation Crisis
Combating the Spanish Disinformation Crisis, San Diego Public Library, in partnership with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, announces a series of panels in Spanish designed to address the Spanish language disinformation crisis. Panelists include media professionals from University of California San Diego, San Diego State University, Univision, KPBS, CBS 8, and City of San Diego. Journalists from Voice of San Diego and San Diego Wave will moderate. Each panel will discuss: the problem of Spanish language disinformation across media platforms; the dangers of consuming false media information; and tools to recognize quality news from reliable sources.
Breaking News @ the Library
The San Diego Public Library’s Breaking News @ The Library program series is the result of a training grant awarded to the Library by the American Library Association (ALA). The ALA operates the Media Literacy @ Your Library project in collaboration with the Center for News Literacy @ Stony Brook University and is supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Democracy Fund, and the Rita Allen Foundation.
La biblioteca pública de San Diego en conjunto con la Asociación de Periodistas Hispanos, presenta una serie de paneles en español designados a tomar en cuenta la crisis de desinformación del lenguaje español.
San Diego Public Library, together with the National Association of HIspanic Journalists presents a series of panels in Spanish that will address the Spanish language disinformation crisis.
Recorded Tuesday, April 26 Logan Heights Library Moderator: Andrea López-Villafaña, Voice of San Diego Panelists: Saddam Aguayo, Univision Regina Yurrita, CBS 8 Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, UCSD Jose Ysea, City of San Diego.