AmRen Conferences

Jared Taylor speaks of how the most basic and ancient distinctions between people have been crushed by relentless egalitarianism

Mr. Spencer explains that for many decent whites the process of letting go of the dream of America will be very painful, but we must dream of a new nation, an ethnostate for our people on this continent.

Fabrice Robert speaks about one of the most dynamic nationalist movements in Europe today, the Bloc Identitaire (Identitarian Bloc), of which he is a leader.

RamZPaul speaks about how feminism and multi-racialism contribute to the decline of our country

Professor Byron Roth discusses the complex tangle of misfortunes that have befallen working-class whites.

Professor Roger McGrath shares the stories of men whose bravery has inspired our people, and can be a model for our own behavior today.

Adrian Davies, a London barrister with a long record of activism, spoke about promising nationalist parties in France, the UK, and Austria, and the prospect of racially-conscious political movements across Western Europe

Mr. Dickson decries the lie of equality that continues to rule the entire white world, and argues that we need to replace it with our own narrative "founded in the flesh and blood of our people, and in the basic reality of life."

Jared Taylor speaks on the subject of race in “post-racial” America.

John Morgan, director of Arktos Media, speaks on what the West can learn from nationalist movements in Eastern Europe.

Paul Ramsey, the video blogger known as RamZPaul, gives a talk on the searing critique of progressive egalitarianism that is known as The Dark Enlightenment.

Mr. Derbyshire provides a fascinating introduction to China, its relations with the United States, and its willingness cultivate its power in all domains, at the expense of any nation or people in its path.

Jack Donovan explains that culture is the product of identity and of separateness, and argues that globalism and multiculturalism are destroying true diversity.

Professor Douglas Whitman gives an illuminating talk on new discoveries in molecular biology that underline the reality and significance of race

Matthew Tait gives a vivid, insider’s account of how the British National Party went from soaring success to irrelevance in just a few years, and tries to draw lessons from its collapse

Mr. Dickson argues that Americans must bury the idea that the history of our country is a chronicle of ever-expanding freedom. The story of our nation is not the history of an idea; it is the history of a real people with a real history

Mr. Ramsey stresses the importance of healthy, traditional sex roles as the basic building blocks of society. He argues that men and women behave in healthy, complimentary ways when they live in the uncluttered conceptual space of small, homogeneous countries

The 2015 conference speakers debate the proposition: “Can the American political system be used to solve the race problem?”

Jared Taylor, proposed two ideas that could change the United States from a country that threatens our survival to one that promotes it

Mr. Spencer notes that enormous numbers of ordinary whites seem to have absorbed the view famously expressed by Susan Sontag that whites are uniquely responsible for suffering all around the world, and offers examples of the disastrous consequences that our people will face if they continue to be paralyzed by "white guilt."

Mr. Konstantin Pupurs’s account of his fight for Latvian pride and independence is a sobering reminder of the heavy sacrifices our European brothers have made for their people.

Mr. Brimelow holds out hope for strong political action on immigration. While he fears we may be approaching a tipping point, he believes Americans still have time and power enough to chart a different course.

Fr. Ronald Tacelli of Boston College delivers moving appeal to the ancient values that have governed European societies, and that we cast aside at our peril.

Wayne Lutton, one of the leading critics of American immigration policy, explaina the development of immigration law over the past 50 years, noting successes as well as failures, and the growth of promising grassroots anti-immigration movements.

Lawrence Auster, author of The Path to National Suicide, speaks eloquently on how massive, non-white immigration has led to an across-the-board assault on the legitimacy of the white, majority culture.


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The speeches from past American Renaissance conferences, in one place.

American Renaissance is a publication founded in 1990 and dedicated to the study of immigration and race relations so as to better understand the consequences of America's increasing diversity, and to speak in the name of the legitimate interests of America's historic majority. It was published as a monthly print magazine until 2012, and has since been produced online.

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