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As White nationalism continues to recast the mainstream Right in its image, the many communities under threat must develop strategies and practices of solidarity, united by an expansive vision of a world where all communities can thrive.

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Christian Right
Randy Forbes and Lea Carawan on Truth & Liberty Livecast
The recorded October 24 Project Blitz strategy call reveals a campaign that is at once growing in organizational infrastructure and capacity, and escalating its rhetoric against opponents of its theocratic agenda.

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Antisemitism
Young Eric Ward posing with friends holding books
Antisemitism forms the theoretical core of White nationalism.
Protesters hold various signs and banners at a DACA rally in San Francisco.
The influence of organized anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim movements is readily apparent in policy changes over the last two years.
Protest in support of DACA, September 1, 2017. Photo: Joe Flood / Flickr.
It should come as no surprise that President Trump disparages scores of countries while lamenting the lack of European immigrants coming to the U.S., as he reportedly did during a meeting with lawmakers in January 2018.
Protest sign of Putin wearing MAGA hat
Untethered from the dark magic of Kremlinology, we can understand what the American Far Right sees in Russia: a mirror.
Public School 103, Division Street, Baltimore, MD (Photo by Eli Pousson, July 2017)
To understand how the Right builds support by “mobilizing resentment,” it’s worth examining how an obscure libertarian group was able to get the usually complacent voters of Baltimore County to rally to illegally redline Section 8 voucher holders out of t

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Misogyny
Effectively fighting mobilizations like those emboldened by Trump’s election requires accurately understanding their composition—one in which misogyny thrives alongside, and intertwined with, racism.

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White Nationalism
Blue Mountain Center convening participants
In November 2018, Loretta Ross and PRA convened a diverse group of activists, researchers, and scholars at the Blue Mountain Center, in upstate New York, for a wide-ranging conversation about gender and White supremacy.
Ronald Reagan gives his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, July 1980.
Trump’s election was less an aberration than a reflection of changes in the New Right coalition, which brought business elites, evangelicals, and neoconservatives together under the Republican umbrella in the late 1970s.

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Right-Wing Populism
Tea Party rally in Plano, TX, April 15, 2009
A new book by Yale University American studies professor Daniel HoSang and University of Oregon political science professor Joseph Lowndes, Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity, offers a framework for interpret