American Renaissance

The 2006 American Renaissance Conference

Feb. 24-Feb. 26, 2006, Herndon, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.)

The Global Crisis:
Perspectives from Europe,
Africa, and Australia

Everywhere, whites are beginning to speak out in their own interests. There is growing recognition of the costs of “diversity,” the threat of displacement through immigration, and the importance of group differences in intelligence and behavior. The movement to achieve a realistic understanding of race now knows no borders.

The speakers at this conference represent some of the boldest voices from four continents. Undeceived and uncensored, they share a common commitment to the defense of Western Civilization. They understand the crisis we face and the forces that will determine our future—and are prepared to pay the price of dissent from orthodoxy. This will be a remarkable group of speakers—and guests. Please join us for what is sure to be an extraordinary weekend.

Speakers will include:

Nick Griffin — “What is Left of Free Speech in Britain.” Mr. Griffin is chairman of the British National Party. He is facing charges of “incitement of racial hatred,” and faces up to seven years prison time if convicted.

Andrew Fraser“Reversing the Racial Revolution: Reinventing a Responsible Ruling Class.” This summer, Prof. Fraser stirred up enormous controversy in Australia by publicly opposing non-white immigration. An Australian law journal recently accepted his article, “Rethinking the White Australia Policy,” but canceled publication under threat of a lawsuit. Prof. Fraser taught public law at Macquarie University in Sydney until his recent suspension from teaching.

J. Philippe Rushton“New Research from Sociobiology.” Prof. Rushton, who teaches at the University of Western Ontario, is the world’s foremost expert on racial differences. He is the author of many books and articles, including Race, Evolution, and Behavior.

Jared Taylor—“The White Man’s Disease: The Fantasy of Egalitarianism.” 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.

Derek Turner“The Island Race Debate: Britain Since the London Bombings.” Mr. Turner is editor of the British magazine Right Now! Supporters call it “the leading publication of the conservative right.” Former leader of the House of Commons Robin Cook said it should be shut down.

Dan Roodt—“Prospects for the White Tribe.” Mr. Roodt is a prominent Afrikaner novelist and commentator, and one of the leaders of the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (PRAAG). His essay, “Afrikaner Survival Under Black Rule,” appeared in the May and June 2004 issues of American Renaissance.

Sam G. Dickson—“A Benediction for Heretics.” Mr. Dickson is a long-time racial activist, and will be addressing his seventh AR conference.

Guillaume Faye—“The Threat to the West.” Mr. Faye is one of France’s most controversial authors and media personalities. Among his books are The Colonization of Europe, Why We Fight, and The Coming Cataclysm. He and his publishers have been prosecuted under French laws against “hate speech.”

Tribute to Sam Francis—Dr. Francis was a prominent leader of our movement, and spoke at every American Renaissance conference until his unexpected death in 2005.

Read about the 2004 American Renaissance Conference here.

Conference Schedule

The conference will begin on Friday, Feb. 24, 2006, with registration from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. The American Renaissance staff will give opening remarks followed by a reception. Latecomer registration is at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, and the program will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.

There will be a banquet (separate charge of $39) on Saturday evening. Participants with alternate dinner plans are welcome after the meal to hear the speaker. The program will resume at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26, and end at noon.

Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties to all conference events.

Accommodations and Transportation

The conference will be at the three-diamond Hyatt Dulles Hotel, near Dulles Airport outside Washington, DC. Please make your own reservations for the nights of Feb. 24 and 25 by calling (800) 233-1234. Be sure to ask for the special “American Renaissance” rate of $84 a night. There is no extra charge for double occupancy, so a spouse or friend can stay for free. The hotel offers shuttle service from Dulles Airport—buses arrive on the hour and half hour at Curb 2A or 2H at the passenger pickup level.

There is free parking for those who are driving. Please call the reservations number, (800) 233-1234 for directions. The local number for the hotel is (703) 713-1234.

Registration

Registation is $125. Online registration now closed.
You may register at the door with cash or a check.