Insurrection Docuseries ‘Indivisible: Healing Hate’ Traces Origins of Jan. 6 Attack

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Paramount+ unveiled the documentary series Indivisible: Healing Hate on Thursday, marking the one-year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The six-part series is narrated by Homeland actor Mandy Patinkin and traces the origins of anti-government extremism in the U.S. and how it led to last year’s Jan. 6 insurrection, the streamer said in a press release.

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Indivisible: Healing Hate “tracks the reasons behind the far right’s rage” throughout the decades, from religious cults in Waco to the storming on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

The series features interviews with people who have experienced hate first-hand — “a reformed neo-Nazi, a mother victimized by vicious hate crimes, the son of a notorious white supremacist whose work of fiction became the bible of the far right, and a father whose child died in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City,” according to Paramount+. 

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The docuseries is produced by See It Now Studios with XG Productions.

The first episode titled “Rage Revealed” looks at the radical ideologies that fueled a mob of supporters of former President Donald Trump to storm the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. The rioters tried and failed to overturn Trump’s defeat in the 2020 presidential election by interrupting Congress from counting electoral votes  to finalize Joe Biden’s victory.

The episode is now streaming on Paramount+.

Five people died during and after the attack, including a Capitol police officer who suffered from multiple strokes the following day. Among the injured were insurrectionists and 138 police officers (73 from the Capitol Police and 65 from the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington), according to the New York Times.