Now that you're an expert on spotting fake news stories, go forth and spread the truth! An excellent resource to assist your truth telling is Factcheck.org, a project developed by a nonpartisan, nonprofit “organization for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.”
The dissemination of fake news played a big role in this year's election. We all must play a role in stopping these falsehoods from spreading. But how can you tell a fake news item from a real one? Read this primer for an overview on how to spot fake news!
Are you excited about contacting your elected officials, but you're not sure where to start? Read this overview, Call the Halls, which was written by a former Congressional staffer and which outlines how to effectively engage with members of Congress.