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One year after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol building, PRA hosted a briefing with our partners at Blueprint NC reflecting on how we got here, and where we might be headed.

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Racial and Immigrant Justice
PRA State of the Right Report
The first anniversary of the Capitol storming is an occasion to take stock of the robust current state of America’s insurrectionist, anti-democratic factions, those that would sooner dispense with democracy altogether than lose their hold on power.
In the groyper movement's continued efforts to accelerate the rightward drift of the GOP, a well-documented White Nationalist joins Huffine's campaign, which has, in turn, been credited with pulling incumbent Greg Abbott's campaign further rightward.

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White Nationalism
A Year After Storming the Capitol, White Nationalist “Groypers” Storm the Right
A young white man, Nick Fuentes, in a suit
Nick Fuentes and the America First movement move further into Big Tent Conservatism and the cultural mainstream, without diluting the movement’s explicit White nationalist and antisemitic core.

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Law Enforcement
A Q&A with authors Jarrod Shanahan and Tyler Wall
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Jarrod Shanahan and Tyler Wall talk to PRA about the historical origins of today's Blue Lives Matter movement and its deep roots in structural systems of power. 

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Anti-Muslim
A Review of Spencer Ackerman’s Reign of Terror
A sign that reads: The War Against Terror is bound up in the War Against Poverty
Gardiner reviews Spencer Ackerman's Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump, looking at what Ackerman got right, and where he could have gone further in his analysis.

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Christian Right
The Aftermath of Scandal at Liberty University
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Jerry Falwell Sr co-founded Liberty University as a place of fundamentalist education. When Falwell Jr. took over, the scandals that followed him left Liberty University reckoning with misdeeds under the Falwells' tenures.