Religion, Race and American Politics

Thursday, Sep 23 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM, CAPA Symposium, Free
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Thursday, Sep 23 2021 7:00 PM Thursday, Sep 23 2021 8:30 PM America/New_York Religion, Race and American Politics OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I The January 6 Project examines the historical, cultural, and political events that led to the attack with the goal of understanding its causes, in all its forms, in order to shed light and expose truths for an informed citizenry to act to prevent this type of assault on democracy. CAPA Symposium Bennington College
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC I On January 6, 2021, a mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the United States Capitol with the goal of overturning Trump’s lost re-election bid. Although most Americans feared they were witnessing the crumbling of America’s democracy, others supported the attackers.

The January 6 Project examines the historical, cultural, and political events that led to the attack with the goal of understanding its causes, in all its forms, in order to shed light and expose truths for an informed citizenry to act to prevent this type of assault on democracy.

Guest Speaker: Randall Balmer, PhD, Dartmouth College