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Prevention and Resilience

The second anniversary of the assault on the U.S. Capitol approaches with the new year, reminding us that it’s critical to help young people understand, contextualize and counter manipulative and harmful disinformation. And because online hate continues to function as a crisis-level threat to democracy, digital literacy and models to prevent and build resilience against extremism must be among contemporary solutions.

These LFJ resources can equip adults with knowledge and strategies to aid young people in countering the rise of white supremacist radicalization that resulted in the Jan. 6 attack and continues in the aftermath.

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