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The Sunday program began with a memorial and tribute to Sam Francis, one of the most important dissident racialist thinkers of our time, who spoke at every American Renaissance conference until his death in 2005. Jared Taylor gave a brief sketch of his life and then played a video of selections from some of his speeches going back to 1994. Afterwards, Mr. Taylor spoke about his personal recollections of Francis.
Sam Dickson also spoke about his own recollections of Francis, noting how much Francis had sacrificed in his pursuit of the truth, and how much he had contributed to our movement.
April 17–19, 2015, near Nashville, Tennessee
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?
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.
Conferees gathered from April 17–19, 2015, at Montgomery Bell Inn and Conference Center, near Nashville, TN, to discuss these important issues.