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Give the recent event of the 1/6/2021 putsch or insurrection attempt in Washington D.C. reflecting the growing, systemic rise of American fascism, the frayed systemic global Capitalist system intensifying economic instability, depravity, compounded afflictions on Mother Earth, increased militarization, the ascension of the global police state, what are the interlinking relations between settler colonialism, race, global capitalism, and the contested American Empire? Turn in for part one of today’s program for an in-depth two-part panel discussion about these question in relationship to the 1/6/2021 putsch or insurrection attempt by white supremacist and their settler colonial accomplices. Guests: Dr. Faviana Hirsch-Dubin, educator, activist, and American Indian Collective Latin America correspondent, Marcus Lopez (Chumash Nation), Matef Harmachis, co-editor of Black Power Afterlives: The Enduring Significance of the Black Panther Party, and William Robinson, professor of sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), affiliated with the Latin American and Iberian Studies Program, and with the Global and International Studies Program at UCSB. William Robinson is the author of the book: The Global Police State.