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Matthew Johnson is Media Education Specialist with Media Awareness Network, a Canadian non-profit that has been pioneering the development of media and digital literacy programs. You can find them on the web at www.media-awareness.ca.
As education specialist, Matthew creates resources for educators, parents and community groups. He is the designer of Passport to the Internet, Media Network’s comprehensive digital literacy tutorial and the writer of their Talk Media blog. He has presented on topics as varied as the effect of media violence on children, video game addiction, alcohol advertising, children's use of new media and the moral dimensions of computer games.
He is interviewed by Dan Leshem, program manager of the Holocaust Denial On Trial website. For more information please visit us at www.hdot.org. This podcast is underwritten by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties.
The Holocaust Denial on Trial (hdot.org) website works to educate the public about the Holocaust and Holocaust denial. Based on the 1996-2001 David Irving vs. Penguin Books UK and Deborah Lipstadt trial, the project continues to expand with new content and into new languages in order to confront denier myths with historical facts and evidence.
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