by Alex Newhouse

In light of increasingly high-profile actions and activism by far-right extremists, from Boogalooers to QAnon conspiracy theorists, concerns among the public have subsequently grown about the potential for violence. But these movements often resist easy characterization, and their origins are complex. CTEC Director Jason Blazakis was interviewed for a new article by The Forward, and he shared his thoughts on some of the mechanisms of far-right radicalization, especially in the post-coronavirus era.

You can read his thoughts in the full article from Ari Feldman here.