Last Chance for Discounted Registration for the AmRen Conference

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, March 24, 2014

An American Renaissance conference is a unique opportunity to meet the most prominent spokesmen for race realism and to hear insightful commentary on the burning issues facing our people. It is also a chance to meet racially aware men and women from all around the country—to see old friends and to make new ones. There is no other event like it.

The schedule of top-flight speakers and full registration details are here.

The 2014 conference—the 20th anniversary of the first AR conference in 1994—will be held April 25 through 27, which is just a few weeks away. To make it possible for us to plan the event, we encourage early registration by offering a discounted, early-bird rate of $100. The registration fee will rise to the standard rate of $150 on April 1. Student discounts will still be available.

We encourage you to register within the next few days to make the most of the discounted rate. If you are flying to the conference, you will also get the lowest fares by booking early. Finally, by booking now, you can be sure of getting a room at the conference site. Later registrants may have to book at overflow hotels a short drive away.

This year’s conference is shaping up to be one of the most exciting ever.

Please call 703-716-0900 if you have questions.

We look forward to seeing you in April!

Registration information.

John Morgan John Morgan — “Eastern Winds: What Nationalism in Eastern Europe can Teach the West.” John Morgan is Editor in Chief of Arktos Media, which has introduced important European New Right figures to the West. Arktos authors include Alain de Benoist, Guillaume Faye, and Julius Evola, as well as prominent figures in the growing European identitarian movement. In January, Mr. Morgan addressed the Maidan Revolutionary Council as a guest of the nationalist party, Svoboda.
RamZPaul RamZPaul — “The Dark Enlightenment.” Mr. Paul describes himself as “a sometimes sober guy with a camera who creates videos on YouTube.” Mostly mocking the establishment’s religion of Cultural Marxism, his iconoclastic performances have been called “Pop Culture Meets Nationalism.”
Jack Donovan Jack Donovan — “Interference: White Tribalism Disrupts Their Regularly Scheduled Programming.” Mr. Donovan is the author of The Way of Men, an exploration of the “tactical” masculine virtues and the primal origins of masculinity. For a sample of Mr. Donovan’s thoughts on race, identity, and nationalism, you may read his essay “Mighty White.”
John Derbyshire John Derbyshire — “China, America, and the Chinese in America.” Mr. Derbyshire is a novelist, pop-math author, reviewer, and opinion journalist. He is best known for his columns at and 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.
Jared Taylor Jared Taylor — “Why All Politics is Racial.” 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.
Douglas Whitman Douglas Whitman — “The Evolution and Biological Reality of Race.” In 2012, Dr. Whitman retired as a professor of biology at Illinois State University. He ran many minority-enrichment programs, which forced him to confront the question of racial differences in intelligence. Teaching and studying evolution led him to an understanding of the biology of racial differences.
Philip Craik Philip Craik — “Orania: Afrikaners Build a Homeland.” Mr. Craik is one of Orania’s ambassadors to Europe. He is an economist who has done postgraduate work in England, France, and Germany, and now works in finance for a major German company.
Mystery Guest Mystery Guest — “Prospects for Our People.” This speaker has a unique and authoritative perspective on this important question.
Sam Dickson Sam Dickson — “Untruth Will Make You Slave.” Mr. Dickson is an attorney who has been a advocate for our people since his college days. He has addressed every American Renaissance conference.


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