In celebration of National Media Literacy Week.
A screening and live-tweeting event as we present "Digital Disconnect: How Capitalism is Turning the Internet Against Democracy."
Based on the work of renowned scholar Robert McChesney, "Digital Disconnect" will help make sense of how the Internet and our digital devices have revolutionized the way we work, play, connect and communicate. The documentary also discusses how the technological revolution has compromised privacy and national security, entrapped us in ideological filter bubbles, and empowered the spread of "fake" news at the expense of truth, accuracy, and real journalism creating a toxic information environment.
Join the conversation online #MediaLitwk
This event is brought to you by Jour372 Diversity and Media's Commit2MediaLit Project which is a community engagement collaboration with the Center for Media Literacy and the Oviatt Library.
Refreshments will be served.
RSVPs for this event are now closed.
In partnership with the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication Department of Journalism and the Center for Media Literacy
Parking is $8.00. For more information about parking please see Visitor Information.
To arrange assistance for persons with disabilities, including interpreters for deaf and hard of hearing persons, please call (818) 677-2638 in advance of the event.