One evening in early June, a week after 19 students and two teachers were shot dead at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, extremism researcher White Kesa began to see media coverage of another mass shooting, this time at a medical center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In turn, she picked up each of the three phones she used to research and started working, scrolling through the pages quickly. Application. News sites. Twitter and other lesser known social media platforms. In the minutes after filming, she will need to learn as much as possible.