As a new Biden administration aims to undo Trump's harmful immigration policies, the ICE and Border Patrol unions are ready to wage public opposition to such policies, collaborating with other law enforcement unions to push their anti-immigrant agenda.
The relative quiet in the wake of the election lulled many to a sense of security. Yet, White supremacist and “Patriot” militia organizing often surges when these movements lose ground in the electoral arena, shifting emphasis from ballot to bullet.
What does the new administration mean for the LGBT community?
December 15, 2020
Despite running with strong LGBT support, President-elect Biden’s centrist-Right platform is not likely to bring about the needed structural changes that queer movements have been demanding since the Stonewall Riots.
In Wake of Biden Victory, White Nationalists and MAGA Mobs March in DC
November 16, 2020
The Million MAGA March organized in Washington, DC on November 14, 2020 demonstrated the Right's willingness to embrace Trump's far-right base, a trend we may see in the weeks leading up to Inauguration Day and beyond.
Ahead of November Election, Trump Inflames His Vigilante Base
October 1, 2020
During the first 2020 Presidential Debate, President Trump refused to denounce White supremacy and instead told far-right group the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by," once again mobilizing his militant base.
Updated 11.6.20: 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.
A Roundtable Discussion with Political Research Associates
Political Research Associates
January 6, 2021
Religious Freedom is one of the most liberatory ideas in human history, and a central issue of our time. Join PRA for a discussion on the appropriative and revisionist strategies deployed by the Christian Right to advance their theocratic agenda
The Right has been using three main approaches to their anti-abortion strategies: fetus-centered, woman-centered, and third-party protections. The Right has used these strategies to attempt to pass bills to restrict reproductive care across the country.