The Future of The Alt Right
November 19 / 1:30-2:30 PM / The Current Year
Atrium Hall / The Ronald Reagan Building
Free and Open to the Press
The term “Alt Right” burst onto the political scene in 2015 with the campaign of Donald Trump. This past summer, it became the subject of a major speech by Hillary Clinton.
The Alt Right has been praised as “fearsomely intelligent” and “represent[ing] the first new philosophical competitor to liberalism, broadly defined, since the fall of Communism.”
It has also been the victim of attacks, misinformation, and even outright censorship by putative defenders of “free speech.”
On November 19, The National Policy Institute will host its major annual conference, Become Who We Are, which is a central gathering point for Alt Right writers, activists, and supporters.
Between 1:30 and 2:30 PM, the organizers and speakers will open up the hall to the press for a event on the future of Alt Right.
- An autopsy of the 2016 election;
- Plans for the growth and professionalization of the Alt Right;
- The Alt Right’s relationship with the Republican Party and Trump-style populism;
- Translating Alt Right ideas into policy;
Guests will include
- Peter Brimelow, Editor of VDARE.com and author of the seminal volume on immigration Alien Nation;
- Kevin MacDonald, Editor of The Occidental Observer and author of The Culture of Critique;
- “Millennial Woes”, British Youtube commentator and writer;
- Ramzpaul, American Youtube commentator and comedian;
- Richard Spencer, President of The National Policy Institute, Editor of Radix Journal, and the man who coined the term “Alt Right”;
- Tila Tequila, television and social media personality, model, and entertainer;
- And more. . .
After brief remarks from Richard Spencer, speakers will entertain questions from the press.