from People For the American Way's Right Wing Watch
On January 6, 2021, our democracy teetered on the brink as a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol with the goal of overturning the presidential election. The attempted coup was shocking but not unforeseen; in fact, far-right activists and highly-placed officials had been plotting for months.
The bipartisan January 6 Committee is uncovering the conspiracy that led to this crime against our country and begins public hearings on June 9th.
With the tools on this site, you can take action to spread the word and ensure this never happens again.
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What to expect from the hearings
Breaking it down with Elie Mystal and Rep. Jamie Raskin
People For President Ben Jealous, Senior Fellow Elie Mystal, Rep. Jamie Raskin, and experts from our Right Wing Watch team went live to bring us up to speed on the events that led to the attempted coup and what to watch for when the hearings start.
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People For the American Way, Right Wing Watch, and our partners will be closely monitoring the January 6th hearings, giving you the information you need to take action to protect our democracy.
We'll be hosting events throughout the month to answer your questions, dive in deep on the key players in the insurrection and their continuing efforts to undermine our democracy, and give you the tools you need to take action in your community.
Key Figures to Know: Stop the Steal
Right Wing Watch breaks down the role Ali Alexander and Stop the Steal played in undermining our democracy - leading up to January 6th, 2021 and beyond.
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