Virtual Meeting

Homeland Security Emerging Threats: Domestic Terrorism and White Supremacy

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

CEO, Pangiam; Former Acting U.S. Secretary, Department of Homeland Security (2019)

Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley; Former U.S. Secretary, Department of Homeland Security (2009–2013); Member, Board of Directors, Council on Foreign Relations

Vice Chairman, General Counsel, and Chief Administration Officer, MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated; Former Homeland Security Advisor (2004–2008); Member, Board of Directors, Council on Foreign Relations


Senior National Correspondent and Primary Substitute Anchor, PBS NewsHour

Panelists discuss the history of emerging threats facing U.S. homeland security, particularly the rise of domestic terrorism and white supremacist extremism, and the framework that is necessary to address these issues.

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