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Updated 8.11.20: PRA and Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights (IREHR) have created a map as a resource for activists, journalists and researchers, to place the threat of the far-right showing up at racial justice protests.

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What you need to know, what you can do, and where to keep your focus.

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Far Right
An Activist Field Guide to the Far Right
To keep our movements safe, we all need to better understand who these paramilitaries are, what threats they pose, and what to do when they are present.

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Patriot Movement
Multiracial Organizing on the Contemporary Far Right
Proud Boys at a Rally in Portland
Multiculturalism on the right becomes represented as the ethical embodiment of an exceptional American national identity.

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Far Right
What Changed After Oklahoma City?
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building after bombing, 1995.
Twenty-three years ago, on April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh detonated a powerful homemade truck bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
As the U.S. engages in a long overdue national conversation on law enforcement’s role in upholding White supremacy, PRA has mapped the significant influence of far-right and anti-immigrant networks on county sheriffs.
Sheriffs are elected at the county level, and in most cases operate without any direct oversight. This presents an opportunity for White nationalists and other right-wing movements to build power and influence.