KSU Professor Will Face Off in a Debate Challenge with White Nationalist Jared Taylor

Capital Living, April 19, 2016

Kentucky State University political science professor Dr. Wilfred Reilly will go head to head in a political debate with one of the nation’s best-known white nationalists Jared Taylor at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 21 at Bradford Hall.  The public is encouraged to attend this free event.

An expert in American and International ethnic group relations, Reilly holds a PhD from Southern Illinois University and a law degree from the University of Illinois College of Law. He is a recent presenter and reception chair at Midwest Political Science Association Conference and the author of Are the Browns Down? A Quantitative Examination of Why People Value Their Identity. Reilly believes that diversity and racial tolerance are good things.

Taylor will take the opposing view.

Taylor  is the author of the New York Times best-seller Paved with Good Intentions and the “cult classic”White Identity. Taylor calls himself a “race realist” who believes that America was at her best as an overwhelmingly white and Christian nation. A strong supporter of presidential candidate Donald Trump, Taylor is also the current head of the pro-white-pride American Renaissance Foundation.

Taylor issued a debate challenge to Dr. Reilly, which was accepted on the sole condition that the debate take place in Kentucky on a HBCU campus.

For more information about this event, contact Dr. Wilfred Reilly at (630) 301-4108 or [email protected].

Jared Taylor is an American white nationalist and a journalist who advocates what he describes as racial realism. He is the founder and editor of American Renaissance, a webzine often described as a white supremacist publication. Taylor is the president of the magazine’s parent organization, New Century Foundation. He is a spokesperson of the Council of Conservative Citizens, and a former member of the advisory board of The Occidental Quarterly. He is also a former director of the National Policy Institute, a Virginia-based white nationalist think tank.

Taylor, and many of the organizations he is associated with, are often described as promoting racist ideologies by, among others, civil rights groups, news media and academics studying racism in the US.

Dr. Wilfred Reilly is a Political Science professor at Kentucky State University. He currently serves on the editorial board for the International Journal of Political Science & Diplomacy.

Reilly has had three papers accepted at one of the top conferences in his field–Midwest Political Science Association Conference. He also will host one of the welcome receptions at the conference.

The International Journal of Political Science & Diplomacy features developments in the field of Political Science & Diplomacy. The journal’s readers include scientists and researchers who wish to keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.

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