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Alan C. Miller in Conversation with Martin Baron

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Martin Baron will be interviewing Alan C. Miller about his work at the News Literacy Project.
From the News Literacy Project website:
News literacy is the ability to determine the credibility of news and other information and to recognize the standards of fact-based journalism to know what to trust, share, and act on.
The News Literacy Project is a nonpartisan education nonprofit building a national movement to create a more news-literate America. NLP is the nation’s leading provider of news literacy education.
You can learn more by clicking here about News Literacy Project.
Alan C. Miller is the founder of the News Literacy Project, the leading provider of news literacy education in the country. He helped launch the field of news literacy when he started NLP in 2008. NLP’s award-winning resources are being used in all 50 states. Alan previously had a distinguished journalism career at The Times Union in Albany, New York, The Record in Hackensack, New Jersey, and the Los Angeles Times, where he worked for 21 years. He won more than a dozen national reporting honors, including the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. He and his wife own a home in Otis.
Martin Baron is a longtime journalist and newspaper editor and the author of Collision of Power. He ran the newsrooms of The Miami Herald and The Boston Globe before being named executive editor of The Washington Post in 2013. Newsrooms led by Baron have won 17 Pulitzer Prizes, including 10 at The Post. Baron retired from daily journalism in early 2021 and now splits his time between Western Massachusetts and New York City.