Erroll Southers Discusses How To Reduce Extremism - USC News

With incidents of violent extremism occurring at an alarming rate, the USC Summit on Global Solutions in the Age of Homegrown Violent Extremism seemed timely — frighteningly so.

“This summit could not be convened at a more critical time, unfortunately,” said Dean Jack H. Knott of the USC Price School of Public Policy; the school’s Safe Communities Institute hosted the Nov. 14 event. “From Berlin to Barcelona, from New York to Nice, from San Bernardino to Charlottesville, each tragedy is a sobering reminder of the realities that we face today, each and every one of us — it can happen anywhere. Read More