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Essential Workers and Bad Information

Essential Workers and Bad Information

Update: 2020-04-15


There are two big things worth paying closer attention to today: 1. the great things people are doing during this crisis. 2. The proliferation of bad, incomplete, politically motivated, or deliberately incorrect information being shared all over our news outlets and social media channels. 

Gratitude for essential workers

Gratitude changes everything – handwriting on a napkin with a cup of espresso coffee

Some Great Things Are Being Done

David Barbour from FC Copa is a listener of the show and has responded to episode #122 that I did three weeks ago titled “What can we do during the COVID-19 Crisis?” Listen to David talk about what he and the folks at FC Copa are doing to support their community during this pandemic crisis. 

Jen Anderson, Nabil Chehab, and Matt Kendall from the Damascus Soccer Club are spearheading an essential worker thank you campaign that includes signs, fundraising and meals for those putting their lives on the line for us so we can have essential products and services. 

Please: support the show and join our community as a Patron through my Patreon page

Segment Two: Bad Information and Rumors

I was nearly duped into delivering you a rumor instead of factual news. It made me reflect on the proliferation of bad information, mis information, and disinformation. This is a big problem when it is fueled by fear, greed, and politics. We’re in an election year. We are steeped in fear about the virus and a growing fear about the economy. We are surrounded by wolves trying to make a buck off of our fear. 

Now, it is more important than ever to be critical about what is being said, who is saying it, what their motivations may be, and what is not being said. 










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Essential Workers and Bad Information

Essential Workers and Bad Information

David Dejewski