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Boogaloo protesters at a pro-Second Amendment protest in Richmond, Virginia in early 2020

Racist, pro-gun, anti-government extremist propaganda encouraging the use of firearms to threaten violence and insurrection is showing up in protests across the country — and the folks using them go by the funny name of “Boogaloo Bois.” Who are these people? What do they want? And what does their existence mean for gun violence, and gun violence prevention, in the U.S.? Our hosts JJ and Kelly talk to Jason Wilson, an investigative journalist who tracks the political right and extremist movements.

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