2022 American Renaissance Conference
Two Years Later – Where Do We Stand?
On May 25, 2020, America plunged into collective madness. What should have been a routine arrest of a petty criminal in Minneapolis did not just set off the worst riots in US history. It loosed upon the country an anti-white creed that had until then been preached only by crazed academics.
Now — two years later — where do we stand? Is the worst over or is it yet to come? Join us for an unforgettable weekend to discuss this and other questions that are crucial to our survival as a people. Here’s how one past attendee describes our conferences.
Speakers will include:
|Sam Dickson — “A Benediction for Heretics.” Sam Dickson is an attorney who has been an advocate for our people since his college days. He has addressed every American Renaissance conference.|
|Gregory Hood — “Nationalists Without a Nation.” Mr. Hood is a staff writer for American Renaissance. He has been active in conservative groups in the US and is the author of Waking Up from the American Dream.|
|Ruuben Kaalep — “Estonian Vanguard in the Struggle for Europe.” Mr. Kaalep is one of the founders of the Conservative People’s Party and led its youth movement, Blue Awakening. He is a member of the Estonian parliament.|
|Steve King — “Walking Through the Fire.” Former Congressman King spent 18 years on the front lines on the hottest part of the political battlefield. His fearlessness eventually earned him the label of the most hated and unjustly maligned public figure in America.|
|Laura Loomer — “Campaigning for America First in the Age of Big Tech Election Interference.” Miss Loomer is an award-winning conservative investigative journalist, free-speech activist, and America-First Republican US congressional candidate in Florida’s 11th District. She is the author of LOOMERED: How I Became the Most Banned Woman in the World.|
|Henrik Palmgren — “A Future for Our People.” Mr. Palmgren was born in Sweden and has been at the helm of independent media outlet Red Ice since 2006. He covers culture, heritage, and the survival of European peoples, worldwide.|
|Jared Taylor — “Madness: Rare in Individuals, Common in Groups.” Jared Taylor is editor of American Renaissance. He is the author of Paved With Good Intentions and White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century. His latest book is If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy.|
|Daniel Vinyard — “The Vilification of the Police and What it Means for America.” Mr. Vinyard is a retired, race-realist police officer with 30 years of experience, including gang enforcement, SWAT, and narcotics detective. He finished his career as a captain in a mid-sized city.|
|Christopher Zeeman — “What Is to Be Done?” Mr. Zeeman is a writer and podcaster based in Baltimore. He is best known for the Z Blog and for his articles at TakiMag.|
Register now for the American Renaissance Conference
November 18 – 20, 2022, Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center
The conference will begin on Friday, November 18 with registration from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. There will be a reception followed by opening remarks from American Renaissance staff. Latecomer registration is at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 19, 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 20th and end at 11:00 a.m.
Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties — equivalent dress for ladies — to all conference events.
We will prepare name tags in advance; when you register, you may indicate whether you would like to use an alias. Please contact us if you or your organization would like to set up a vendor table.
The conference will be held in the lodge at the beautiful Montgomery Bell State Park. The address is 1000 Hotel Avenue, Burns, Tennessee. If you travel by air, it would be best to rent a car at the Nashville airport and drive the 45 minutes to the park.
There are still places available at the conference, but we have filled all the rooms at the state park. We recommend that you stay in one of the many motels in nearby Dickson, TN, which are only a 20-minute drive from the conference venue. Here are some options:
Some rooms at the state park may become available if there are cancellations. When you register, please indicate if you would like to be put on the wait list for a room.
Registration is $200 per person.
Please call us at (703) 716-0900 to ask about student discounts.
Patron registration is available for an additional $200. Patrons will receive special name tag designations as well as preferred seating with conference speakers at the Saturday evening banquet.
To register, please fill out this form.
Please call American Renaissance at (703) 716-0900 if you have questions.