A Growing Threat: The Impact of Disinformation Targeted At Communities of Color


Communities of color are being targeted by electoral propaganda. How should policymakers respond? Dr. Samuel Woolley, program director of the Center for Media Engagement propaganda lab, will provide expert testimony on this topic in front of the U.S. House of Representatives. Watch the hearing live on Thursday, April 28 at 9:00 a.m. CST: https://bit.ly/DisinfoHearing

“Testimony of Ana” Documentary Screening & Discussion

CMB Studio 6A 2504 Whitis Ave, Austin

Radio-Television-Film MFA film & media production student Sachin Dheeraj will screen his short documentary, "Testimony of Ana" (24 min), followed by a discussion with RTF Associate Professor Lalitha Gopalan and a Q&A. Set in rural India, the documentary looks at the life of Anaben Pawar. Ana is an elderly tribal woman accused of witchcraft. Through Ana's story, we delve into ...

An Evening with Austin City Council

LBJ School of Public Affairs 2315 Red River St, Austin

Join Meebs Aslam and the New Politics Forum as they welcome some of Austin's biggest names in local politics. This event will leave attendees with a better understanding of how their local government works, how they can work with/within local government, and how nonpartisan political campaigns for local government work. Guests include CM Natasha Harper-Madison, CM Jose "Chito" Vela, CM ...

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