The alternative: trustNavigate to truthNot ex-offenders, but peopleVitriol in the grocery aisle

The alternative: trust

Filmmaker Edward Roy aims at restoring confidence to communications

Navigate to truth

Fact, opinion or lie: What can we do to recognize and deal with fake news?

Not ex-offenders, but people

“You come to Georgia on vacation and leave on probation” is a quote that criminal justice reformers want to change

Vitriol in the grocery aisle

While shopping, a man crosses paths with an angry mother

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Real or fake?
In our era of excess information, searching for truth

It has never been so urgent to critically take in all that comes to us through the seemingly limitless number of media. What is true reporting, and what is opinion or propaganda? We used to trust major news sources much more. And while information sharing has become more transparent in some ways, with more people than ever putting news out there, it has also burgeoned into a vast plethora that is difficult to sift through. Recognizing this complex situation, many media professionals are trying to respond with integrity. Here we share some of their stories and ask how can we participate in a more trustworthy exchange of news.

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Working together for criminal justice reform in Georgia

What can we do to recognize and deal with fake news?

While shopping, a man crosses paths with an angry mother

Edward Roy aims at restoring confidence to communication