Terror Attacks in the US: International vs. Domestic
The conversation about US terrorism centers mostly on attacks by foreign groups, specifically Al-Qaeda. But data shows that between 2011 and 2019, the US saw a surge in terrorism tied to domestic white supremacy groups and individuals. Explore this data visualization by Szu Yu Chen.
Szu Yu Chen
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