Be Informed: How to Sort Fact From Fiction Before the Election

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Thursday, September 24 · 11:00pm - Friday, September 25 · 12:00am

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Online

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Join us for a program that will help you develop your critical thinking skills so you can better evaluate what you see, hear, and read.

Does it often seem to you like news outlets are reporting widely different stories about the same thing? Conflicting information can make it difficult to feel like you know what’s going on in the world. Become an informed voter before November 3rd!

U-M Librarian Jo Angela Oehrli will take part in this event presented by the Ypsilanti District Library.

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Jo Angela Oehrli · jooehrli@umich.edu

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Paula Drummond · drummond@ypsilibrary.org

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