Since Trump’s inauguration, the hopes and fears of the US left have often rested on their assessment of the strength of the ‘Alt Right.’ In this panel, we’ll ask question about the precise relationship between the Trump Administration and the Alt Right, and how fighting one relates to fighting the other. What does successful anti-fascism look like, and how does it fit into a broader strategy for our movements?
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Verso Books/Viewpoint Magazine
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Ben Mabie is an editorial assistant at Verso Books and the managing editor of Viewpoint Magazine.
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Natasha Lennard writes about politics and philosophies of violence for publications including Esquire, Fusion, The Intercept, The New Inquiry and The New York Times. Her forthcoming book Violence (with Dr. Brad Evans) will be published by City Lights later this year.
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Editor, Viewpoint Magazine
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Shuja Haider is a writer and musician based in Brooklyn and editor at Viewpoint Magazine.
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Author/Professor, Drexel University
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George Ciccariello-Maher is Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He is the author of We Created Chávez: A People’s History of the Venezuelan Revolution, and Decolonizing Dialectics.
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