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PRA offers context for the horrific act of violence committed on May 14, 2022 through an examination of the central tenets of contemporary White nationalism.

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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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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.

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Racial and Immigrant Justice
Author Q&A with Kathleen Belew
A person wearing a mask at a protest holding a sign that reads "Dismantle White Supremacy"
Shane Burley talks to Kathleen Belew about the book she coedited: A Field Guide to White Supremacy. They discuss the broader picture of White supremacy, the definitional work missing in reporting, and community-based solutions to far-right violence.

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Christian Right
From Free Markets to Freedom Square
A young white man, Charlie kirk, in a suit, holding a mic.
Charlie Kirk founded his group, Turning Point USA, with a focus on free markets and right-wing economics, but as the group's membership and donations grew, Kirk has pivoted to include a new position: a Christian nationalist one. 

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Racial and Immigrant Justice
Author Q&A with Reece Jones
No One is Illegal painted on a wall
A Q&A with Reece Jones on his book White Borders, and the close relationship between White supremacy and the anti-immigration movement.

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Racial and Immigrant Justice
Watch Now: A PRA Briefing
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.