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Truth Or Bot: How to Know If the Information You’re Reading Is Real

Tell a loved one about how to protect against conspiracy theories and misinformation

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Last week, a slew of Black social media users blasted the Democratic Party and urged the Black community to consider voting for Trump. Just one problem — the accounts didn’t actually belong to Black people at…




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Bridget Todd

Bridget Todd

Host, iHeartRadio’s There Are No Girls on the Internet podcast. Social change x The Internet x Underrepresented Voices

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