As you read the second half of Pete Simi’s and Robert Futrell’s book this week, think about how it might be possible to stop the spread of hate. We’re reading about how hate spreads through music and the socialization of the music scene, how it spreads online, and how it is shared in private communities.
The final chapter in the book points out that there are costs and benefits associated with attempting to suppress such communities through law enforcement and the courts. Sometimes this is necessary, such as when a group or individual represents a threat to society. Sometimes, it seems like the law is a blunt instrument that does not recognize that there are some individuals in these groups who can be reformed (including in the videos we watched last week).
So, my question to you is, what would you do? How would you combat the spread of hate, knowing what you know now?
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