White Noise, Inside the Racist Right | Movie & Discussion

This event was recorded and can be viewed here.
An article about this event appeared in Duke Today on Feb. 15, 2021:
‘White Noise’ documents the roots of modern racist violence

What we can do to stop white supremacy:
Watch the film here from February 1st-12th.
Register for the panel discussion on Feb. 10, 2021 at 4pm here.
Join filmmaker Daniel Lombroso, Duke University’s Abdullah Antepli and David Schanzer, and historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat as they discuss the critically acclaimed documentary WHITE NOISE, the rise of white supremacy and what we can do to stop it. Hear some behind-the-scenes anecdotes and ask your own questions.
The Atlantic’s first feature documentary is the definitive inside story of the alt-right. With unprecedented, exclusive access, White Noise tracks the rise of far-right nationalism and the terrifying heart of the movement—explosive protests, riotous parties, and the rooms where populist and racist ideologies are refined, weaponized, and injected into the mainstream. As white nationalist violence surges in America and across the world, White Noise represents an urgent warning about the power of extremism, and where it’s going next.
Panelists Include:
Director Daniel Lambroso
Duke’s Abdullah Antepli and David Schanzer
Historian Ruth Ben-Ghiat
Questions: marybeth.obrien@duke.edu