Resources

Resources

Truth Check is here to provide our community with the resources we need to help stop the spread of fake news. Take a peek at informative videos, download helpful fact sheets, and share engaging images on your timeline. Get involved and help your followers give their social media a #SecondThought!

Videos

What is Truth Check? Why should you take the training? Press play on these videos to learn about the training and how to spot the truth!

Blackdoctor.org: Chasing Likes: Social Media, Misinformation, & the Effect on Black Health

THE BURTONWIRE: w/ Delmonte Jefferson and Dr. Corey Hebert

Jump at the Sun and Truth Check

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Media Literacy Resources

Focus on the Family’s PluggedIn
Helping you and your family make family appropriate entertainment choices.

Movie Guide
What Parents Must Know about Media Literacy

MediaSmarts
Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy

MediaWise
The MediaWise project empowers people of all ages to become more critical consumers of content online.

National Association for Media Literary Education
Leading nonprofit membership organization dedicated to advancing media literacy education in the United States.

Media Literacy Now
Changing the way people think about media and literacy

Common Sense
Building a digital world where our kids can thrive

Center for Media Literacy
Mission: Media Literacy

Campaigns We Love

The Playbook for Debunking Misinformation Around COVID-19

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These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic communicates what protections the COVID vaccines promise. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic is meant to encourage the Black Community to get vaccinated to protect their families, old and young. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic is meant to debunks natural immunity myths. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation that is prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic is meant to communicate the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine.  The message highlights that being vaccinated provides added protection against the Omicron variant. This is also a part of a series of social media images that dispel misinformation about the Omicron variant which is prevalent in the Black community.

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This graphic communicate that hygiene practices are not enough to protect against COVID-19 compared to the vaccine. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources to dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic discusses ways to prevent getting COVID -19 including handwashing, masks, social distancing, and vaccination. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.

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This graphic addresses the myth that home remedies can prevent COVID-19. These graphics are part of a series of social images that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.​

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This graphic addresses the myth that cultural knowledge replace getting the COVID vaccine. These graphics are part of a series of social media resources that dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation prevalent in the Black Community.​

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