American Renaissance February 2007 issue

If you haven’t subscribed to American Renaissance yet, here’s what you’re missing in the February 2007 issue:

  • Banned in Halifax: Last November, Prof. David Divine of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, agreed to meet Jared Taylor in a debate on whether racial diversity is a strength or a weakness. Late in December, he backed out of his agreement, claiming he had been unaware of Mr. Taylor’s background, and was now unwilling to let him speak. Instead, Dalhousie University announced that Prof. Divine would give a speech by himself. AR secured a venue in Halifax, where Mr. Taylor planned to speak the day following Prof. Divine’s talk. This is the complete text of the address by Jared Taylor scheduled for January 16 in Halifax.

  • In Breaking the Great Taboo Stephen Webster reviews Race and the American Prospect: Essays on the Racial Realities of Our Nation and Our Time a collection of essays gathered and edited by the late Dr. Sam Francis. This book was Dr. Francis’s final call for white racial consciousness.

  • Plus, a top ballerina “outed” as a member of the British National Party, German television under fire for being “too white,” how higher education leads to greater segregation in America, an escaped black convict is honored at City College, and more!

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