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Technology innovator Shireen Mitchell discusses pervasive disinformation on social media centered around US elections, and how we can fight back.
A task force of activists, organizers, and scholars lay out six key recommendations for safeguarding our democracy.
Since its founding, the Union of Concerned Scientists has been a leader in science and technology communication. We’ve worked with thousands of researchers and academics to help them make their work more accessible to lay audiences.
Know how to identify it, counter it, and stop it in its tracks.
Understanding how to identify disinformation is crucial to shutting it down.
They’re not the same. One happens by accident. The other is deliberate–often strategic.
Communications strategist Sabrina Joy Stevens shares practical tips for shutting down disinformation online.
Dr. Adrienne Jones discusses efforts to limit voter access in Georgia, and how we can all fight back, no matter what state we live in.
This appeal, written in November 1992, was the World Scientists' Warning to Humanity and was written and spearheaded by the late Henry Kendall, former chair of UCS's board of directors.
What's on the line for science and justice—and how can the Biden administration improve its support for science?