Guidance for parents, teachers, students, and community members, based on published research and on experts who understand and deal with extremism.
For parents and family who are concerned about their children’s potential or actual engagement with white nationalism.
For teachers and mentors who encounter young people in middle and high schools, and in similar settings, such as after-school programs.
For students in middle or high school who may want to learn more about what white nationalism is, how they could respond if they are concerned a friend or classmate has become involved with white nationalism, and what they can do if they become targets of white nationalist harassment.
How a community can strengthen its resistance to white nationalist recruitment of young people, based on suggestions from specialists and experiences elsewhere.