Investigative Tools You Can Use for Free
Learn how to use publicly available data to answer questions about your community with PublicSource reporters.
Date & time: Thursday, June 15, 6 – 7:30pm
Location: Carnegie Library of Homestead 510 E 10th Ave Munhall, PA 15120
Learn how to use publicly available data to answer questions about your community. PublicSource reporters will help you answer: How do I access anything from court records to campaign finance data to professional licenses? How can I learn more about the practices of landlords or business owners? What government records do I have the right to access and how do I get them?
Presented by Rich Lord and Eric Jankiewicz of PublicSource
This session is presented free of charge in partnership with the Carnegie Library of Homestead, through the generous support of the Jefferson Regional Foundation.
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On-demand Citizen’s Toolkit classes
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- Detecting fake news and misinformation
- Being an engaged citizen: Obtaining and using data about your community
- How to tell your story
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