Take a Stand with American Renaissance

AR Staff, American Renaissance, August 18, 2017

Since the Charlottesville rally last weekend, American Renaissance has been under attack. Internet giants from PayPal to Facebook are trying to squeeze us out.

PayPal has cut us off, which means for now we can no longer take donations or sell books by credit card or any electronic means. All our recurring monthly donations—which are the predictable cash flow we count on and plan around—have stopped.

Facebook has blocked the AmRen account for seven days with a warning that if we violate their vague “terms of service” it will close us down for good.

MailChimp, which is the service we use to reach supporters by email, has cut us off completely. Our Twitter accounts—with a total of more than 60,000 followers—could be next, and our YouTube channel, with 35,000 subscribers and millions of views, is just as vulnerable.

As you know, American Renaissance had nothing to do with Charlottesville, and for all its 27 years, AmRen has consistently repudiated violence. This doesn’t matter. Corporate America is stamping out our revenue sources and trying to block our access to the public.

If this continues, AmRen.com could be kicked completely off the internet.

We cannot go back to the pre-internet days. With your help, we will find alternative platforms and, if need be, take legal action.

This is a historic moment in our movement. We are being silenced because we are winning. We are winning because we cannot be refuted. We cannot be refuted because we are right!

Please, give us the means to keep our voice heard.

At this point we can take only checks, money orders and cash; no electronic or credit cards.

Please send your donation made out to:

American Renaissance

PO Box 527

Oakton, VA 22124

Rest assured that we will not back down, and we will not be silenced. We will continue to stand up for you and whites everywhere.

Sincerely,

chrisroberts

Henry Wolff

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