TERRORISM & NON-STATE VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES

According to the Congressional Research Service, published on January 13th, 2021, only seven days following the Attack on the U.S. Capitol, the acts demonstrated against Congress on January 6th, 2021 align with the FBI's Domestic Terrorism Definition.
In addition, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, in late 2012, had already correlated Hate Crimes and the Threat of Domestic Extremism as Domestic Terrorism. Below, you will find articles, videos, and events that will help you understand the various facets of Domestic Terrorism in the United States through non-state organizations.

The Hate Crime Map (only a clip above) is located on the Khalifa Ihler Institute website, and it is a visual representation of data incoming from Open Source Intelligence experts. Since it is a living document, press on the map and it will take you to the live version.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Introduction

Hate Crimes

Extremist Groups

Although this TED talk focuses on the international setting, the psychology and logic are the same for domestic violent extremist groups.

U.S. Capitol Attack

Gangs: Non-State Violence in the United States

Entertainment Recommendations

In this section you will find a variety of TV Shows, Movies, Books, and Podcasts related to Domestic Terrorism.