Scholars of white supremacy, fascism, and the state answer questions about the Capitol Insurrection, its implications, and how we should respond. We will add clips below as we get them, so check back for new videos here.
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Simon Purdue explains how white supremacists have used white women to radicalize new generations of militants.
Dr. William Horne shows how American democracy has been defined by white violence and why we have to prosecute Republicans who orchestrated the coup to change that.
Dr. Aaron Shakow explains how an “epidemic consciousness” tied to COVID worsened an already virulent white supremacist authoritarianism among Republicans.
Anna F. Duensing explains how Black thinkers rejected American racist state terrorism and mob violence as fundamentally fascist.
Benjamin Linzy explains how The Punisher forms an ideological bond between the military, cops, and right-wing militants.
Kyle Kern explains how Trump turned the existing white anxieties and nationalism of the Republican Party into a worsening authoritarian movement.