Fake News, the Virus and Social Unrest: How to get the information you need to stay safe and sane in uncertain times
The global COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest over racial justice has spread accompanied by confusing, misleading and politically charged information, leaving people uncertain about how to get reliable information. Please join us on June 18 at the Conway Public Library for an online program featuring veteran national journalist Randall Mikkelsen to discuss how to stay safe, sane and well informed in confusing times.”
"Randall Mikkelsen has worked as a financial and political journalist with Thomson Reuters since he joined the Reuters News agency in 1988. He has covered many of the major stories of the era, including the fall of the Soviet Union, the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the war on terrorism and the financial crisis. Now he leads a team of journalists that has been covering financial and health policy implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as corporate social responsibility issues.
Randall was a front-row member of the White House press corps for nearly seven years. He also covered the Justice Department, CIA and other agencies in Washington and served postings in Philadelphia and Stockholm, Sweden. As a desk editor in Washington he handled major stories from around the globe.
He has won awards from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and the North Dakota Newspaper Association.
Randall has lived in Plaistow, NH since 2009.”