|Mystery Guest 1 — “Ethnicity, Demography, Politics, and Culture in Europe.” This speaker is one of the most dynamic leaders of the one of the most dynamic nationalist parties in Europe. This will be one of his very rare appearances in the United States. Not to be missed.|
|Mystery Guest 2 — “Helping Blacks by Lying to Them.” A distinguished American academic who now has emeritus status and is therefore free to speak his mind. He shatters taboos so cleverly that he can leave even liberals in stitches. His insights are unique.|
|Jonathan Bowden — “Does the United States Have a Future?” A spell-binding speaker, Mr. Bowden has a tremendous following in Britain but has rarely spoken in the United States. This will be a rare opportunity to hear a man whose powerful oratory has been called “a force of nature.”|
|Dan Roodt — “The White Man’s Burden: How the Colonial Mentality Brought Down European Civilization.” 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.|
|Raymond Wolters — “Closing the Gaps: Education Reform Since the 1950s.” Dr. Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor of History at the University of Delaware. No fewer than four of his books have been enthusiastically reviewed in American Renaissance.|
|David A. Yeagley — “A Comanche View of White America.” 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 — “Unilateral Disarmament: The Current State of Race Relations.” 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.|
|Hugh Kennedy — “No More ‘Freedom for the Thought We Hate:’ How Censorship Could Come to the US.” Mr. Kennedy is an attorney who specializes in regulation of speech on the Internet. He will explain how “hate speech” attacks on the First Amendment could succeed and how to fight them.|
|Donald Thomas — “How Are They Getting In? The Refugee Resettlement Racket.” Mr. Thomas is one of the few people who really understand how refugees are brought in and settled. His revelations will shock you.|
|Sam G. Dickson, Esq. — “Knowing Who You Are.” Mr. Dickson is an attorney and long-time racial advocate. He will be addressing his ninth AR conference.|
The conference will begin on Friday, Feb. 4, 2011, 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. 5, and the program will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.
There will be a banquet (separate charge of $45) on Saturday evening. Participants with alternate dinner plans are welcome after the meal to hear the mystery guest. The program will resume at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday the 6th, and end at noon.
Gentlemen will wear jackets and ties to all 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 vender table.
Accommodations and Transportation
The conference will be at a first-class venue in Charlotte, North Carolina. If you are flying, we have arranged for transportation from Charlotte International Airport to the conference venue and back to the airport after the conference. There is free parking for those who are driving.
In order to ensure security, we will provide the exact location of the conference venue only 48 hours before the conference begins, so it is essential that we have your e-mail address and telephone number. It will greatly assist our planning process if you register early.
Registration for the conference is $100 per person, $135 after Jan. 18, 2011. We have negotiated a special room rate of $89 per night and there is no extra charge for double occupancy. The cost for two nights (Friday and Saturday), including all taxes is $207. A total of $307 therefore reserves your place at the conference, as well as two nights accommodation. Just provide your name at check-in. We cannot guarantee this rate past Jan. 18. You may cancel for a full refund, up to 72 hours before the conference begins.
If you have any questions please call (703) 716-0900.
Please register on-line.
Discounts are available for full-time students. Please call Stephen Webster at (703) 716-0900 for more information.