American Renaissance

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American Renaissance is a pro-White and race realist website founded by Jared Taylor. The parent organization is the New Century Foundation.

From 1990 to 2012, American Renaissance was also published monthly as a print journal; these articles are freely available in an online archive.[1]

Other activities by the American Renaissance/New Century Foundation include conferences and reports.

American Renaissance and Jews

After an incident involving David Duke at an American Renaissance conference in 2006, Jared Taylor issued a statement, which included "I started American Renaissance 17 years ago in order to awaken whites to the crisis they face and to encourage them to unite in defending their legitimate interests as a race. To these ends, AR has deliberately avoided taking positions on questions about which racially-conscious whites are likely to disagree. Some of these have been foreign policy, abortion, the role of homosexuals in a white consciousness movement, and whether Christianity helps or hinders our efforts. By taking no position, AR has served readers who may be sharply opposed on these questions but who agree on the central importance of race, and are committed to our survival. AR has likewise taken no explicit position on Jewish matters. Readers have always included both Jews and people who believe Jews play no useful role in a movement that promotes white interests. It has been my intent to emphasize questions crucial to our interests and on which we agree. To put it more accurately, AR has taken an implicit position on Jews by publishing Jewish authors and inviting Jewish speakers to AR conferences. It should be clear to anyone that Jews have, from the outset, been welcome and equal participants in our efforts... Whatever its origins may have been—and they are hardly exclusively Jewish—white ethnomasochism has a life and momentum of its own... We have vital work to do. Our civilization, our way of life, even our continuity as a distinct people depend on whether we succeed or fail. It is a distraction from our proper work to hunt for culprits, to blame others for our own loss of will."[2]

Wikipedia strangely categorizes the organization as a "Holocaust denying website", giving no explanation, possibly implying guilt by association between the personal views of some participants at some conferences and the organization.

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  1. Print Back Issues
  2. Jared Taylor. Jews and American Renaissance. American Renaissance, May 2006.