Announcement: 2015 AR Conference April 17–19, 2015

A Light in the Darkness

Race is a myth. Diversity is our strength. All races are equal. Whites have privilege. IQ can’t be measured. America needs immigrants. How many other delusions and outright lies can you think of that we’re not supposed to question?

An American Renaissance conference is a refuge from lies and delusions. It is it unlike anything you have ever experienced.

We are united in our commitment to Western Civilization and to the World Brotherhood of Europeans that holds our civilization in trust for future generations.

Join us for a weekend of top-notch speakers, candor, and fellowship that will sustain you long after you return to the world of lies and delusions.

Speakers will include:

Peter Brimelow — “Immigration: Is This the Breaking Point?” Mr. Brimelow is the editor of VDARE, and the author of Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster.

Richard Spencer — “Why Do They Hate Us?” Mr. Spencer is director of the National Policy Institute and Washington Summit Publishers. He is the editor of the cultural journal Radix and former assistant editor of The American Conservative.

Matt Armstrong — “Tragedy and Hope: Lessons from the Plight of British Nationalism.” A life-long activist and nationalist organizer, Mr. Armstrong will provide an intricate deconstruction of the BNP as an organisation, the social context it existed in during its growth years, and will offer essential lessons we must learn from its decline.

Jared Taylor — “What’s Wrong with the Country.” 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.

Konstantins Pupurs — “Nationalist Movements in the Balkans.” Mr. Pupurs was active in Helsinki-86, the first openly anti-Communist organization in Latvia and the first group to speak out against the Soviet regime. More recently, he served on the board of the nationalist party, All for Latvia, which in 2013 merged with other nationalist parties to form the National Alliance.

Sam Dickson — “A Benediction for Heretics.” Mr. Dickson is an attorney who has been a advocate for our people since his college days. He has addressed every American Renaissance conference.

Sam Francis “Remembering Sam Francis.” Tribute to a great thinker and leader.

Richard Spencer, Sam Dickson, Peter Brimelow, and John Derbyshire — “The Great Debate.” Can the political system solve the race problem? What are the prospects for white identity? What are our alternatives? A lively debate on these crucial questions.


Register now for the American Renaissance Conference

April 17 – 19, 2015, near Nashville, Tennessee

Conference Schedule:

The conference will begin on Friday, April 17, 2015, with registration from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. There will be a reception followed by opening remarks from the American Renaissance staff. Latecomer registration is at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 18, 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. After the banquet, as a special event, all participants are invited by our French comrades for cocktails and refreshments at their villa.

The program will resume on Sunday the 19th and end at 10:30 a.m.

Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties to conference events. We will prepare name tags in advance; when you register with American Renaissance, you may indicate 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 held in the lodge at the beautiful Montgomery Bell State Park. The address is 1000 Hotel Avenue, Burns, Tennessee. Please book your room at the lodge THROUGH US for $88.00 per night when you register for the conference. There is no extra charge for double occupancy.

If you fly, it would be best to rent a car at the Nashville airport and drive the 45 minutes to the park. The cost is less than $20 a day if you book early.

Special Accommodations:

There is a limited number of suites and villas available for those who wish to attend as groups.

Suites (1 king bed, 2 double beds): $205/night. Villas (1 king, 2 queen, 1 queen sofa sleeper): $326/night. Please call if you would like to reserve a suite or villa.


Registration is $100 per person. After March 20 the price will be $150 per person. Please ask about student discounts. The optional banquet is an additional $35 per person.

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