Plenary Session 4: Looking Inward Addressing Domestic Violent Extremism
September 14, 2021
The Homeland Security Enterprise was built with an initial focus on external threats and natural disasters. In the past 20 years, most attacks in the US have come from domestically radicalized individuals and we are seeing an increase in hate groups motivated toward violence. How are we working to address radicalization of all stripes? Can the federal counterterrorism enterprise support domestic operations while keeping with our national core values?
Assistant Professor of History, University of Chicago
Chief Strategy Officer, Moonshot