Study Hall’s Antifascist Media Guide

Fascists use the media to push their narrative. Journalists can stop them.

by | July 19, 2020

By Erin Corbett and Elizabeth King Leaked messages from servers used by neo-Nazis show that journalists often play right into the hands of white supremacist groups: spreading their message, inflating their importance, and leaving their motives unchallenged.  In this Study Hall guide, journalists Erin Corbett and Elizabeth King, who have covered the far-right for years, […]

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