Check your (implicit) biases

Yesterday, I attended a training put on by Dr. Rita Cameron Wedding, California State University, on the topic of implicit bias. To me, these trainings are like revival meetings: These trainings encourage me to be more empowered. As a social psychologist, I am aware of implicit biases, but I often […]

Learning from Other Countries about CVE

If you are going to read one article regarding countering violent extremism (CVE), this is the one I would recommend. Eric Rosand unpacks CVE strategies of Australia, Canada, and the US. He then provides two recommendations for the US: Invest in and empower community-led efforts using funding from non-security/law enforcement […]