American Renaissance Conference: Defending the West
March 16 – 18, 2012, near Nashville, Tennessee
Ours is an era of fear and self-censorship. Virtually no whites are willing to break taboos about racial differences in IQ, the costs of “diversity,” or the challenges of non-white immigration. We are different. We believe these are vital questions.
At this conference you will hear some of the most courageous academics, authors, and journalists of our time discuss the forces that will determine our future. This will be a remarkable group of speakers and guests — undeceived, outspoken, and committed to the defense of Western Civilization.
Speakers will include:
Guillaume Faye — “America and Europe: Brothers in Arms. A French Point of View.”
Mr. Faye is a prominent French author and nationalist, best known to English-speakers for his books Archeofuturism and Why We Fight. This will be one of his very rare appearances in the United States. Not to be missed.
Robert Weissberg — “A Politically Viable Alternative to White Nationalism.”
Dr. Weissberg is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois, Urbana. He is the author of 11 books; the most recent is Bad Students, Not Bad Schools. This talk is sure to be controversial.
James Edwards — “A Winning Mindset for Effective White Advocacy.”
Donald Templer — “The Geographic Distribution of Intelligence: Evolution, Migration and Dysgenics.”
Dr. Templer is Retired Professor of Psychology at Alliant International University. His most controversial research is in the field of race and intelligence, and racial brain shape.
Alex Kurtagic — “The Great Erasure: The Remaking of White Identity.”
Mr. Kurtagic is a novelist, musician, and essayist with unusual insights on race and Western Civilization. He lives in Britain.
David A. Yeagley — “The Dread (or Fear) of Whiteness.”
Dr. Yeagley, the great-great-grandson of Comanche leader Bad Eagle, calls himself “the sole voice of conservatism among Indian intellectuals.” His writing can be found at BadEagle.com.
Jared Taylor — “Why We Are Right.”
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.
Sam G. Dickson, Esq. — “A Benediction for Heretics.”
Mr. Dickson is an attorney and long-time racial advocate. He will be addressing his 10th AR conference.
The conference will begin on Friday, March 16, 2012, with registration from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. There will then be a reception followed by opening remarks from the American Renaissance staff. Latecomer registration is at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 17, and the program will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.
There will be a banquet (separate charge of $35) on Saturday evening. Participants with alternate dinner plans are welcome after the meal to hear the after-dinner speaker. The program will resume at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday the 18th, and end at noon.
Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties to conference events. We will prepare name tags in advance; call us if you would like to use a nom de guerre.
Please contact us if you or your organization would like to set up a vendor table.
Accommodations and Transportation:
The conference will be at a beautiful, government-owned facility that is about a 45 minute drive from Nashville, TN. We have no fear of cancellation, and will be announcing the exact location soon. If you fly, it would be best to rent a car at Nashville airport (they are less than $20 a day if you book early), but we may arrange for a shuttle bus if enough people are arriving and departing at the same time.
It will help us greatly if you register early and it will also ensure you a room on site.
Registration for the conference is $100 per person, $150 after February 16, 2012. Accommodations are only $68 per night, and there is no extra charge for double occupancy. A room for two nights (Friday and Saturday), including all taxes, is $144. A total of $244 therefore reserves your place at the conference, as well as lodging for two nights. Just provide your name at check-in.
We cannot guarantee rooms past February 16. You may cancel for a full refund, up to 72 hours before the conference begins.
You may register on-line here.
Please call American Renaissance at 703-716-0900 if you have questions.