It is clear that white supremacist violent extremism poses a greater threat to American national security than any other type of violent extremism. How can we avoid the mistakes of the past and effectively intervene with those who have become radicalized to violent extremism?
On this podcast we look at what people are doing to improve their community. As part of our Race and Community Esteem Series, today’s guests are Daryl Davis and Jeff Schoep. They will be familiar to our audience, we have had them as guests on our show before: EP#56 Klandestine Relationships and EP# 67-Radical to Redemption, that introduced them as individuals and their stories.
Three former leaders of white supremacist movements sat down with ABC 7 to discuss their journeys into and out of neo-Nazi ideology, along with their current work encouraging others in the movement to de-radicalize.
Time to spread some Hope, Tonight’s guest is Jeff Schoep, a man once considered the most powerful extremist leader in the country who now uses his past experiences and transformation to inspire others, he’s a human rights activist, and founder of Beyond Barriers a nonprofit dedicated to helping people leave extremist organizations.
Episode 10 [USA the insiders view on hate, division and Trump]] Special guest: Jeff Schoep. Imran Muhammad [Host of [Creating the Conversation Podcast] In conversation with his friend Ivan Humble [Ex-EDL member and Co-Host of Creating the Conversation podcast]. USA the insiders view on hate, division and Trump.