2017 American Renaissance Conference

Turning the Tide

At the 2015 American Renaissance conference, Peter Brimelow predicted it might take “only one speech” to awaken the Historic American Nation to its demographic plight. At the 2016 conference, he made a new prediction: It might take “only one election.” Was Donald Trump’s victory the turning point we’ve been hoping for?

Join us for a weekend of candor, fellowship, and top-notch speakers, as we celebrate the shifting political tides and discuss the way forward for White America and the Western World.

Speakers will include:

Peter Brimelow Peter Brimelow — “The Trump Report Card—So Far” Mr. Brimelow is the editor of VDARE.com, and the author of Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster.
John Derbyshire John Derbyshire — “Race Realism Has a Past: Does Race Denialism Have a Future?” Mr. Derbyshire is a novelist, pop-math author, reviewer, and opinion journalist. He is best known for his columns at Takimag.com and Vdare.com and for his Radio Derb podcasts. For many years Mr. Derbyshire wrote for National Review, but was ousted for saying sensible things about black people.
Marcus Follin Marcus Follin — “The Case of Sweden: What We Can Learn From It.” Marcus Follin is a popular YouTube personality who discusses politics and fitness under the name, “The Golden One.” He is a graduate in economics from Uppsala University and owns a clothing company, Legio Gloria. He is an ardent defender of the West who believes that our struggle begins with personal integrity and development.
Julian Langness Julian Langness — “Millennial Red-Pilling and the Future of Europe.” Mr. Langness is an American author whose travels in Europe as a young man led him to Identitarianism and traditionalism. In one his last acts of liberalism, he was one of the youngest Obama delegates at the 2008 National Democratic Convention. He writes about Europe at europeancivilwar.com. He is a regular contributor to Counter-Currents, and is the author of Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity.
Martin Lichtmesz Martin Lichtmesz — “New Beginnings: Nationalist Movements in Austria and Germany.” Mr. Lichtmesz is a member of the think tank, Institut für Staatspolitik, a frequent contributor to the German New Right magazine Sezession, and an expert on nationalist movements in central Europe. He translated The Camp of the Saints into German, and has written several books on identitarian themes. He lives in Vienna.
Helmuth Nyborg Helmuth Nyborg — “What Made Europe Great and What Could Destroy It.” Dr. Nyborg is retired professor emeritus of developmental psychology at Aarhus University, Denmark. His research on sex differences in IQ and the consequences of Third-World immigration to Europe have created great controversy in Denmark. He was officially accused of “scientific dishonesty,” a charge against which he successfully defended himself. He won a bronze medal for his country in sprint canoeing at the Rome Olympics in 1960.
Jared Taylor Jared Taylor — “Has the White Man Turned the Corner?” Mr. Taylor is editor of American Renaissance. He is the author of Paved With Good Intentions, and the primary contributor to the collection A Race Against Time. His latest book is White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
Sam Dickson Sam Dickson — “A Benediction for Heretics.” Mr. Dickson is an attorney who has been an advocate for our people since his college days. He has addressed every American Renaissance conference.

~ More speakers to be announced ~

Register now for the American Renaissance Conference

July 28 – 30, 2017, near Nashville, Tennessee

Conference Schedule:

The conference will begin on Friday, July 28, with registration from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. There will be a reception followed by opening remarks from the American Renaissance staff. Latecomer registration is at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 29, and the program will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.

There will be a banquet (separate charge of $35) on Saturday evening. Participants with alternate dinner plans are welcome after the meal to hear the after-dinner speaker.

The program will resume on Sunday the 30th and end at 10:30 a.m.

Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties—equivalent dress for ladies—to conference events. We will prepare name tags in advance; when you register for the conference, you may indicate if you would like to use a nom de guerre.

If you or your organization would like to set up a vendor table, please contact us at 703-716-0900.

Accommodations and Transportation:

The conference will be held in the lodge at the beautiful Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center. The address is 1000 Hotel Avenue, Burns, Tennessee. If you fly, it would be best to rent a car at the Nashville airport and drive the 45 minutes to the location.

At this time, we have filled all available rooms at the state park and will be unable to reserve rooms for new registrants. Below, however, are places to stay that are close to the conference facility. The list includes the hotel, room rate (excluding tax), phone number, and distance from the conference facility.

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Dickson ($164 / night), 615-560-1531, 19-minute drive

Hampton Inn Dickson ($159 / night), 615-446-1088, 20-minute drive

Holiday Inn Express Dickson ($159 / night), 615-446-2781, 21-minute drive

Econo Lodge Inn & Suites ($100 / night), 615-441-5252, 20-minute drive

Best Western Executive Inn ($99 / night), 615-446-0541, 21-minute drive

Quality Inn Dickson ($85 / night), 615-326-7700, 21-minute drive

Motel 6 ($77 / night), 615-446-2423, 20-minute drive

Days Inn Dickson ($75 / night), 615-740-7475, 21-minute drive

Super 8 Dickson ($60 / night), 615-446-1923, 20-minute drive

Deerfield Inn & Suites ($60 / night), 615-799-4700, 23-minute drive

Fairview Inn & Suites ($45 / night), 615-799-9171, 22-minute drive

Highland Motel ($40 / night), 615-446-8025, 11-minute drive

Payment:

Early-bird registration is $150 per person. After June 28, registration will be $200 per person. For student discounts, please call us at 703-716-0900. The optional banquet is an additional $35 per person.

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To register by mail, please print and fill out this form and mail it to us at PO Box 527, Oakton, VA 22124.

Please call American Renaissance at (703) 716-0900 if you have questions.