KPCC-FM’s “Take Two” interviewed Erroll Southers of the USC Price School about the growing number of violent domestic terror attacks against places of worship. Full interview here
Voice of America quoted Erroll Southers of the USC Price School on why white supremacy is no longer a fringe movement. “I don’t think it’s (white supremacy) any longer a fringe movement, it is certainly coming of age. It is being globalized at a very rapid pace,” said Erroll Southers, a professor of national and…
Let’s delve into whether the newest addition to the Potterverse is Voldemort-lite or complex look at the “Banality of Evil?”
When you’ve grown up thinking everything is a zero sum game … what happens when you learn it isn’t?
New episode features host Jeffery Jenkins with guests Aubrey Hicks, Matt Schauer, and Ehsan Zaffar.
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Los Angeles Daily News quoted Erroll Southers of the USC Price School’s Safe Communities Institute on why universities should have set protocols for dealing with online harassment of faculty. Erroll Southers, director of USC’s Safe Communities Institute, said it’s important that universities and other workplaces have formal protocols to deal with such scenarios. When a…
The Orange County Register covered the USC Price School’s Safe Communities Institute’s conference on how to combat homegrown violent extremism. The event included speeches and discussions by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, a former jihadist and former white supremacist among others. “We cannot arrest our way out of this problem,” said Erroll Southers, director of…
The Christian Science Monitor quoted Jody Armour about the false assertion that left-leaning individuals are becoming more violent in their political opposition. While the antifa catalog of opposition is broad enough to resonate with progressives who don’t condone violence, even as self-defense, antifa groups make up only a small sliver of progressives and liberals, says…
The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich is a true crime memoir. After encountering the child murderer Ricky Langley, Alexandria’s desire to work as a lawyer to fight against the death penalty is up-ended. She spends several years investigating Ricky’s story as a way to confront the story of her own child abuse. This is a deeply moving book, and a relatively easy read given the morose topic – a testament to the author’s skill.
Our conversation ranges from the effects of trauma on individuals and communities to the genre itself. If you haven’t read it yet, beware that we assume you’ve read it, spoiler alert!
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Director Michael Cuesta brings the fictional hero of Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp novels to the big screen in the new film, American Assassin. The all-star cast includes Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton, and Taylor Kitsch as part of a threesome tied together through the specter of betrayal and revenge, set upon a backdrop of international espionage and nuclear threat.
We discuss the level of violence in the film, its portrayal of U.S. black-ops and anti-terrorism efforts, the film’s space within the spy thriller genre, the motivations of the studio, the acting, the gender themes, how millennials may be viewing it, and so much more.
FOX News LA reporter Victoria Spilabotte interviewed Jody Armour of USC Gould Law School in segment on rise of hate speech. The violence in Charlottesville — just the latest example of an alarming increase in “hate” across the country. Hate crimes — hate speech — hate on social media. Listen here