In the World of Big Brother...

"War Is Peace
Slavery is Freedom
Ignorance is Strength"

- George Orwell (from 1984, Read it!)

"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil;
that put darkness for light, and light for darkness;
and put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter."
-Isaiah 5:20

Transcend the limitations of authority and discover your world for your self.

Sift truth from the wisdom of diversity.
This is the power and the potential of the Internet.

Anthropology and Related Professional Journals
Available Online to CSN Students

Collect the facts: What happened? When? Who was involved? How? Why?

Much Information is available. The rest is up to you.

National Public Radio (Morning Edition, All Things Considered)
Democracy Now!
BBC News
Marketplace (American Public Media)
Online Newshour
Free Speech TV

The Economist
ZNet: A Community of People Committed to Social Change
The Atlantic
The Nation
Food First
Environmental Action Network
Institute for War and Peace Reporting

World Health Organization
United Nations
Worldwatch Institute
Amnesty International
World Bank

Don't get lost in overflow. Focus your mind and retrieve specific pieces of information. When you have finished, ask yourself what you have discovered.

If you have high speed internet access, be sure to look for streaming video and audio feeds at these sites.

Evaluating Sources
Evaluating online sources

Primer on sifting through media bias!!