Chicagoland Friends Of American Renaissance

chicagoamren.com, June 21, 2007

When four activists from the Chicago area first met one another at the AR conference in 2004, they wanted to keep the spirit of the conference alive long after they had gone home. So they formed the “Chicagoland Friends of American Renaissance.”

Since then, the group has met almost every month, and serves as a “round table” where Chicago-area issues and activism opportunities are discussed and exchanged. Guest speakers have included William H. Regnery II, founder and chairman of the National Policy Institute, and Dr. Serge Trifkovic, foreign affairs editor of Chronicles magazine.

They also have a Web site (www.chicagoamren.com) where news items of interest to Chicago area AR readers are posted and commented upon just as national and international news is posted on the main AR site. Feel free to contact the group for meeting times or other info at www.chicagoamren.com/contact. They’d be happy to hear from you whether you live in the Chicago area or not.

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