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Fact or Fake: What to Believe about the 2020 Elections and Aftermath

When: Friday, April 9, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual
Description: Understanding and responding to information and claims about the coronavirus pandemic, racial justice protests, and the 2020 elections and their aftermath

While the events of 2020 have overshadowed many aspects of everyday life, you may not have had an opportunity in or outside class to process your feelings and beliefs about them. A university should be the ideal space to do this work, and the UMD Center for Health Literacy wants to provide that space for faculty and students during Spring 2021.

Starting Friday February 26th at noon, Dr. Dr. Cynthia Baur of the Horowitz Center for Health Literacy and other UMD faculty and students will meet for biweekly virtual "teach-ins" or education and discussion sessions about the events of 2020, including the U.S. elections, racial justice protests, and the coronavirus pandemic.

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Topical Areas: Students, Faculty and Staff, Academics, Workshops and Trainings, Health and Wellness, School of Public Policy