Currently, media literacy and data literacy are still relatively new and evolving fields. It’s important to acknowledge that access to these forms of literacy is not uniform across all communities. Systemic barriers, such as socio-economic status, educational opportunities, and cultural factors, often create a gap in media and data literacy skills. It requires a lot of work to ensure that people of all ages and backgrounds have the skills and knowledge they need to navigate the complex world of media and data effectively. In this chapter, I explain the similarities and differences between these approaches and explore how they are currently being taught.