Ninth American Renaissance Conference (2011)

February 4 – February 6, 2011, Charlotte, North Carolina

Ours is an era of fear and self-censorship. Virtually no whites are willing to break taboos about racial differences in IQ, the costs of “diversity,” or the challenges of non-white immigration. We are different. We believe these are vital questions.

At this conference attendees heard some of the most courageous academics, journalists, and political figures of our time discuss the forces that will determine our future. This was a remarkable group of speakers and guests — undeceived, outspoken, and committed to the defense of Western Civilization. The conference write up can be found here.

Filip Dewinter Filip Dewinter — “The Colonization of Europe: How Europe Will Become Eurabia.” Filip Dewinter is one of the most dynamic leaders of one of the most dynamic nationalist parties in Europe. This is be one of his very rare appearances in the United States.
Adrian Davies Adrian Davies — “Nationalist Movements in Europe.” Adrian Davies is a British barrister with an extensive knowledge of European political movements.
Dan Roodt Dan Roodt — “The White Man’s Burden: How the Colonial Mentality Brought Down European Civilization.” Mr. Roodt is a prominent Afrikaner novelist and commentator, one of the leaders of the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (PRAAG), and a regular contributor to American Renaissance.
Raymond Wolters Raymond Wolters — “Closing the Gaps: Education Reform Since the 1950s.” Dr. Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor of History at the University of Delaware. No fewer than four of his books have been enthusiastically reviewed in American Renaissance.
David Yeagley David A. Yeagley — “A Comanche View of White America.” Dr. Yeagley, the great-great-grandson of Comanche leader Bad Eagle, calls himself “the sole voice of conservatism among Indian intellectuals.”
Jared Taylor Jared Taylor — “Unilateral Disarmament: The Current State of Race Relations.” 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.
Hugh Kennedy Hugh Kennedy — “No More ‘Freedom for the Thought We Hate:’ How Censorship Could Come to the US.” Mr. Kennedy is an attorney who specializes in regulation of speech on the Internet. He explains how “hate speech” attacks on the First Amendment could succeed and how to fight them.
Sam Dickson Sam G. Dickson, Esq. — “Knowing Who You Are.” Mr. Dickson is an attorney and long-time racial advocate. He will be addresses his ninth AR conference.