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Evaluating Sources: Credibility

Facts and Biases

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In situations of wide-reaching and fast-moving concern such as pandemics, elections, or war . . . the spread of misinformation and disinformation (sometimes from seemingly reliable sources) is inevitable. While it's always best to rely on information from authoritative sources, here are some resources to help you determine the facts as opposed to explicit or implicit biases currently in circulation.



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WHO (World Health Organization)
FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)