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The Paris Massacre: What Are the Implications for the US?

January 22, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Price Research Collaborative
The Paris Massacre: What are the implications for the US?


With Dr. Erroll Southers
CREATE Director of Transition and Research Deployment 
In conversation with Dr. Raphael Bostic, Bedrosian Center Director

The Price Research Collaborative aims to foster critical discussion about both specific policy areas as well as the ways in which those policy areas are being implemented. Join us for an important discussion about the Paris Massacre –  the deadliest act of terrorism in France since the 1961. Dr. Erroll Southers, Director of Transition and Research Deployment at the Department of Homeland Security National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) will talk with Dr. Bostic about extremeism in Europe and in the Unites States. Dr. Southers’ career has spanned all levels of law enforcement and he currently holds roles throughout the international counterterrorism and national security arena.

Transportation & Parking Options:
Parking on campus is $10. A limited amount of metered parking is available, in the Vermont and Jefferson Parking Lot and on
Downey Way.
USC is also served by two Expo Line metrorail stations: Expo Park/USC & Jefferson/USC




USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center
Room 227 - Rosen Family Screening Room 3607 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Los Angeles, CA 90089 US
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