Digital Extremism and Anti-Semitism at Home and Abroad: The Data, The Challenge, and Strategies for Intervention
Wednesday, February 15, 9-10:30am
When Elon Musk took over Twitter, alarm bells started ringing about the return of extremists to the platform, and the risks posed by resurgent digital hate. Join researchers, scholars, and prevention experts to learn the state of affairs today, in the US, around the world, and right here in Orange County. Panelists will present on their own research and activities to combat extremism and anti-Semitism, and share what can be done to intervene in and prevent hate, both online and offline.
Hosted and moderated by Dean Bill Maurer, UCI, and Maureen Dadabhoy, Human Relations Advocate, OCHR
- Jordan Kraemer, Director of Policy and Research, Center for Technology and Society, Anti-Defamation League
- Stephen Rea, Tech and Society Fellow, Anti-Defamation League
- Jonathan Corpus Ong, Associate Professor of Global Digital Media, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Peter Simi, Professor of Sociology, Chapman University
- Rebekah Tromble, Associate Professor and Director, Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics, George Washington University
- Michael Brown, Associate Director, Field Operations-West, Center for Prevention Programs & Partnerships (CP3), US Department of Homeland Security
The webinar is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required for this event. A Zoom link will be provided prior to the event for confirmed registrants. For further information or questions, please contact Fran Hom, firstname.lastname@example.org.