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White Nationalism, Antisemitism, and Misogyny
A new wave of avowed White nationalists energized by Donald Trump—most prominently the Alt Right—held demonstrations across the United States in 2017, most famously in Charlottesville, Virginia in August.

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White Nationalism
Among the groups leading the recent Unite the Right march in Charlottesville, Virginia was the League of the South – an Alabama-based theocratic, neo-confederate group that has long advocated for southern secession.
“Become part of the fraternity”: Screenshot from the Identity Evropa website.
There is a long history of White supremacist groups re-inventing their image to become more mainstream and palatable.

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White Nationalism
Nick Fuentes, the Groyper Army, and the Mainstreaming of White Nationalism
A man holding an "America First" flag, wearing a red MAGA hat, and a black face mask in a crowd of other right-wingers.
Reinventing the White nationalist project from the ashes of the Alt Right, Nick Fuentes has propelled the far-right Groyper movement to the center of post-Trump conservatism.

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Alt Right
The Internet, with its easy anonymity and wanton disregard of the rules of evidence and factuality, by the early 2000s had already become host to a swamp of conspiracy theories, false smears, and wild speculation.

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Law Enforcement
A PRA Webinar Series
State police standing in line holding batons.
Through the end of this year, PRA is taking a close look at some of the most pressing and historically-rooted manifestations of state violence and the work of social justice organizers working to dismantle them in a four-part roundtable discussion series.
A 2021 Anniversary Celebration
Join us as we commemorate 4 decades of Fight the Right research and interventions. In the lead up to our November anniversary, submit your PRA story and photos and read some of our timeless pieces #FromTheArchive.