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  SATURDAY (10 AM—11 PM)
November 19, 2016
The Ronald Reagan Building / The Pavilion
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

 
 

Peter Brimelow

kevin MacDonald

Richard Spencer

Millennial Woes

MATTHEW TAIT

F. ROGER DEVLIN

RED ICE RADIO


 

About

The past 12 months might be remembered as the year of Donald Trump . . . the year of the Red Pill . . . and the year of the Alt Right. It was a time when more people joined our movement then ever before and when our ideas began invading the mainstream.

Become Who We Are 2016—which will take place just after November’s presidential election—will give us the opportunity to ask what’s next?

Joining us will be some of the most important thought leaders in the Alt Right:

  • PETER BRIMELOW
  • F. ROGER DEVLIN
  • KEVIN MACDONALD
  • MILLENNIAL WOES
  • RED ICE RADIO—HENRIK PALGREN and LANA LOKTEFF
  • RICHARD SPENCER
  • MATTHEW TAIT

Musical guests

  • UPWARD PATH
  • XURIOUS [ Listen ]

More speakers, panelists, and special guests will be announced in the coming weeks.

There will be related events on Friday, Novemember 18, and Sunday, Novemember 20.

The Ronald Reagan Building

Completed in 1998, The Ronald Reagan Building is a public facility located in the heart of downtown Washington, steps from the National Mall.

Our event will take place in the beautiful Pavilion room, which is a completely private space, with private entrance and spacious foyer for networking, and separate VIP room.

KEVIN MACDONALD

Kevin MacDonald is Professor of Psychology at California State University-Long Beach. He is the author of more than 100 scholarly articles, as well as A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy (1994), Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism (1998), and The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements (1998). He is Editor of The Occidental Observer and The Occidental Quarterly.  

RICHARD SPENCER

Richard Spencer is President of The National Policy Institute and Washington Summit Publishers and Editor of Radix Journal. He is former Assistant Editor at The American Conservative, Editor at Taki’s Magazine (Takimag.com), and founder or AlternativeRight.com. At Washington Summit Publishers, Spencer has edited and published over 12 volumes, including fiction, critical theory, essay collections, and major translations. He holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia and a M.A. from the University of Chicago. 

Peter Brimelow

Peter Brimelow is Founder and Editor of Vdare.com, a webzine devoted to immigration and the National Question. He is a former Senior Editor at National Review and contributor at the Financial Post, Fortune, and Marketwatch.com. His books include The Patriot Game: National Dreams and Political Realities; The Enemies of FreedomAlien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster; and The Worm in the Apple: How the Teacher Unions Are Destroying American Education.  

Millennial Woes

Millennial Woes is a video blogger and commentator, who describes himself as a A GenX/Millennial Scottish guy pontificating about the world we live in, and are heading towards.

F. Roger Devlin

F. Roger Devlin is the author of Sexual Utopia in Power and Alexandre Kojéve and the Outcome of Modern Thought. He is a frequent contributor to Radix JournalThe Occidental Quarterly, American Renaissance, Counter-Currents, and many other websites and was a pioneering researcher and writer in what has come to be known as the "manosphere."

Matthew Tait

Matthew Tait joined the British National Party (BNP) at age 18 and founded a local party branch from scratch. He has stood for election at the local and national level on many occasions and faced persecution in the press and at work. He went on to found Western Spring, a fast growing "post-Nationalist" community group. Matt is also the leader of Legion Martial Arts Club, which organizes camping events for younger people and aims to teach a variety of life skills.

 

 

 

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