SCI’s Director joined the podcast, “Talkin’ Politics & Religion.”
Terrorists will not stand down after the presidential inauguration, nor will they destroy our democracy.
Preventing homegrown violent extremism must be a national priority, and the United States must take much stronger steps to stop it.
A tool to help first responders and others serve religious communities and build partnerships.
First-year findings of the Neighborhood Data for Social Change Criminal Justice Data Initiative.
Many of us are aware that sex trafficking in the U.S exists, but few people are aware of how organized criminal organizations are exploiting and profiting from forced commercial sex in southern California.
We watched a man killed by police officers while he begged to breathe. The time for talk is over, and the time for change is now.
A discussion of the threat from homegrown violent extremism and the attacks and strategies extremist groups are using during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus is a global threat, but violent extremists aren’t standing down. Neither can we.
On February 19, 2020, SCI and the USC Black Alumni Association held a panel discussion with current and former African American chiefs of police.