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"...“innovative, flexible and youth-driven ideas” are vital in the battle to counter the online transnational recruiting of fascist zealots." Cynthina Miller Idriss quoted in The Interpendent.
“There are heavily armed troops, some of which are at odds. So it is foreseeable that there will be further acts of violence." Cynthia Miller Idriss on SRF.
Chelsea Daymon, graduate student fellow, contributed to the Global Network on Extremism & Technology with her piece, LOL Extremism: Humor in Online Extremist Content.
Dr. Kurt Braddock, a CUE fellow, brings counter-radicalization messaging expertise to AU.
Tune in to 94.1 KPFA for a conversation with Dr. Cynthia Miller-Idriss.
Check out NPR's recent article discussing online radicalization in the coronavirus era! Cynthia Miller Idriss spoke about PERIL's work identifying funding for the development of rapid response toolkits for parents and caregivers, April 16, 2020.
Brian Hughes discussed the Gab social media site on NPR's All Things Considered, November 8, 2018.
Tune in to the Conversation podcast to hear more from Dr. Cynthia Miller Idriss about how Portland and Kenosha violence was predictable -- and preventable.
"The Hunt: WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green" explores with Dr. Miller Idriss how federal law enforcement authorities are warning that far-right extremist groups are becoming more active.