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How “Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform” Institutionalizes a Right-Wing, Neoliberal Agenda
Illustration by Natasha Mayers.
More than an actual means of improving policy, “bipartisan criminal justice reform” has become a mantra signifying hope. But what, exactly, are bipartisan advocates seeking to reform?

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A person carrying a sign that reads "Human need not corporate greed"
When subcontractors, freelancers, and independent contractors get hurt or abused on the job, these workers are finding it harder to hold employers accountable. This is no accident—it’s a direct result of a neoliberal labor agenda.


Racial and Immigrant Justice
A Q&A with Hamid Khan
Los Angeles March for Immigrant Rights, 2017.
Hamid Khan, a coordinator with the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition—as well as a Political Research Associates board member—has long been active in the immigrants’ rights debate, having immigrated to the United States from Pakistan in 1979. As a board member of
Far-right Christian movements in Washington State reveal the troubling and growing intersections of the New Apostolic Reformation, Dominionism, Abortion Abolitionism, and the Patriot Movement, exemplified by participation in the January 6 Insurrection.


The Anti-Immigrant Backlash
“Many persons who have spoken and written in favor of restriction of immigration, have laid great stress upon the evils to society arising from immigration."
Spring/Summer 2021 Webinar Series
In the wake of four years of far-right populist governance culminating in a violent insurrection, PRA is holding steady in the knowledge that it's not over yet. Join PRA for a five-part webinar series as we evaluate the state of the Right.