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Fake News: Seeking Truth in a Post-Factual World


October 24, 2018

Dinner & Program from 6 to 8:15 PM

St. Petersburg College
Seminole Campus Conference Center
9200 113th Street N, Seminole

Fake news, a term and concept that barely existed three years ago, has morphed into an industry of malicious fabrication that undermines honest debate and, some fear, threatens the foundation of Western democracy that is built on an informed electorate arriving at consensus. A distinguished panel will attempt to define what is “fake” news and what is just “bad” news, explore the impact of fake news on mainstream journalism and geopolitics, and offer tips on how to identify fake news.


$25 Guest/ $20 Students & Educators.  Includes dinner & program.
Seating is limited and online registration is required.

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