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Students Are the Newest U.S. Weapon Against Terrorist Recruitment

“The Department of Homeland Security is enlisting American college students in its efforts to stop the radicalization and recruitment of young people, mostly immigrants, by foreign terrorist groups.

Under a program called Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism, students at dozens of universities are given a budget of up to $2,000 each semester to develop social media campaigns and other tools to counter the online recruiting efforts of terrorist groups like the Islamic State.”

Source: Students Are the Newest U.S. Weapon Against Terrorist Recruitment – The New York Times

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