• Lincoln Center Cancels Mozart and Goes Woke

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 4:22pm EDT

    {snip} Take the case of New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, which banked its pandemic recovery on a narrative of its own abhorrence. In 2020, the center began promoting a story that a vibrant black community known as San Juan Hill had been deliberately snuffed out in the 1950s to make way for […]

  • Rainbow PUSH Leader’s Quick Exit Underscores Challenge of Following Rev. Jackson

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 4:22pm EDT

    The abrupt resignation of a Dallas pastor after less than three months as head of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition underscores how daunting a task it’ll be for anyone to carry the mantle of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, longtime confidants of the civil rights standardbearer told the Sun-Times. It’s still not clear why the Rev. Frederick […]

  • The Most Famous Golfer at the Masters Is Black. Why Aren’t There More Players Like Him?

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 4:22pm EDT

    When the Masters Tournament commenced on Thursday, featuring 89 competitors, there was exactly one Black golfer in the field: the one we all know, Tiger Woods. Beyond that, the field for the 88th Masters didn’t look all that different from the previous 87. This is not what Charles Sifford envisioned when he and Stanley Mosk, […]

  • Democrats Shut Down Senate Trial for Mayorkas Impeachment Charges

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 2:08pm EDT

    Senate Democrats voted unanimously to shut down the Senate trial of President Joe Biden’s impeached homeland security chief Alejandro Mayorkas. The first vote of 51 Democrats to 48 Republicans, with one non-voting Republican senator, was reported at 3:18 p.m. on Wednesday. The vote, initiated by Majority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY), declared that the first […]

  • High Court’s 9-0 Ruling Lowers Bar for Filing Anti-DEI Discrimination Lawsuits

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 2:08pm EDT

    A low-profile case decided Wednesday by the Supreme Court could have big implications for employers’ diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. Muldrow v. City of St. Louis was a case about a female police officer who alleged that she was transferred from one department to another because of her sex. She argued that the transfer violated Title VII of the […]

  • Bad Data From the FBI Mislead About Crime

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 2:08pm EDT

    The fourth quarter 2023 crime report from the FBI, the federal government’s keeper of crime data, is unreliable at best and deceptive at worst. The FBI’s preliminary 2023 data show murder declined by 13.2% across the country and violent crime dropped 5.7% compared to 2022 levels. Various news headlines have reported the FBI’s numbers unquestioningly, claiming murder is “plummeting” and […]

  • Remigration: The Identitarian Solution

    American Renaissance - Apr 19th 2024 12:00pm EDT

    Credit Image: © Ying Tang/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press Martin Sellner, Remigration: Ein Vorschlag (Remigration: A Proposal), Verlag Antaios, 2024, €20, 184 pages (available only in German) In March, Austrian identitarian leader Martin Sellner was banned from Germany for three years. The same month, he gave a talk in the Swiss canton of Aargau when police barged in […]

  • Black Power Couple Comes a Cropper

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 8:46pm EDT

    Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey mourn the travails of Marty and La’Quetta Small, mayor and school superintendent of Atlantic City. They also discuss U visas, baseball, and VP-pick Milena Abdullah. Subscribe to Radio Renaissance podcasts on Substack here. Subscribe on BitChute here. Download this episode here. The post Black Power Couple Comes a Cropper appeared first on American […]

  • Douglas County Sues Colorado, Claims Recent Immigration Laws Are Unconstitutional

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 6:53pm EDT

    Douglas County officials filed a lawsuit against Colorado and Democratic Gov. Jared Polis to challenge the constitutionality of two immigration laws. In a 13-page petition filed in Denver District Court, the officials claim two state laws prohibit law enforcement from arresting and detaining illegal immigrants, prohibit state judicial officials from sharing information with federal immigration officials and […]

  • Panel: Douglas Judge Guilty of ‘Systemic Incompetence’

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 6:53pm EDT

    She must go. That’s the unanimous recommendation from a hearing panel investigating Douglas County Probate Judge Christina Peterson. Christina Peterson {snip} The three-member panel for the Judicial Qualifications Commission decided Peterson is guilty of “systemic incompetence” because she ignored courthouse rules, abused courthouse personnel, made inappropriate posts on social media and, in repeated cases, failed […]

  • Haitian Migrant, Now a Double Homicide Suspect, Was Allowed Into US by Biden Admin via Controversial App

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 6:53pm EDT

    A Haitian migrant now accused of killing two roommates in New York was paroled into the U.S. after booking an appointment on the controversial CBP One app — which has been expanded by the Biden administration to allow tens of thousands of migrants to enter the U.S. each month. Kenol Baptiste, a Haitian national, was arrested […]

  • The French Discover ‘Hyperviolence’

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 4:11pm EDT

    This video is available on Rumble, BitChute, and Odysee. The non-natives are restless. In France, they have been so frisky this month, even President Emanual Macron has denounced “a kind of unbridled violence among our teenagers, even young ones,” though he failed to note certain patterns. The first case was that of Samara, a 14-year-old […]

  • NPR Senior Editor Resigns After Blowing Whistle on Network’s Liberal Bias

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 2:48pm EDT

    NPR senior editor Uri Berliner resigned from the company on Wednesday after he was suspended for speaking out against the taxpayer-funded outlet’s transformation into a liberal echo chamber. Berliner’s resignation announcement noted the way that NPR’s new CEO, Katherine Maher, reacted to his critique of the network, as well as Maher’s “divisive views.” {snip} On […]

  • MSNBC’s Joy Reid Declares ‘DEI’ Prosecutors Are Targeting Trump and She Loves It

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 2:48pm EDT

    MSNBC’s Joy Reid called it “wonderfully poetic” that Black officials are prosecuting Donald Trump. Reid referred to DEI, which stands for diversity, equality, and inclusion, when celebrating Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg being the first to prosecute Trump. {snip} “For me, there is something wonderfully poetic about the fact that … the first person to criminally prosecute Donald Trump is a […]

  • New NASA Mars Crew Has a Muslim, No White People

    American Renaissance - Apr 18th 2024 2:48pm EDT

    There’s the Right Stuff (pictured above) and the Woke Stuff. NASA no longer has the right stuff, so all it’s got is the DEI stuff. Remember this? In July 2010, NASA chief Charles Bolden, an Obama appointee, told Al Jazeera that his boss had given him three priorities… none of them involving space exploration. The […]

  • Do HBCUs Have Any Real Standards?

    American Renaissance - Apr 17th 2024 12:43pm EDT

    A recent post on AmRen caught my attention for more than just the story it told. It was about a white employee of a Historically Black College or University (HBCU) in Missouri and how she won a settlement after filing a discrimination claim. The HBCU in question was Harris-Stowe State University, an institution I hadn’t heard […]

  • Crisis in California: Surge in Migrant Boat Landings Brings ‘Chaos’ to Seaside Communities

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 7:25pm EDT

    Conditions at Marine Street Beach were as beautiful as they get — crystal clear water, sunny blue skies. Perfect, except for the motorboat speeding toward Jack Enright. Enright, a San Diego native and videographer who was out that morning taking pictures of the waves, swam out of the way and started recording as the small white boat […]

  • The Return of Skepticism

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 7:25pm EDT

    McKinsey & Company, the famous management consulting firm, has published a number of wildly popular reports during the Great Awokening—such as 2015’s “Diversity Matters,” 2018’s “Delivering Through Diversity,” 2020’s “Diversity Wins,” and 2023’s “Diversity Matters Even More”—asserting that gender and ethnic diversity in corporate management is a magic bullet for making money. McKinsey is a […]

  • Student Suspended for Using Term ‘Illegal Alien’ in English Class

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 7:25pm EDT

    A 16-year-old student at Central Davidson High School in Lexington, North Carolina was suspended for three days last week after using the term ‘illegal alien’ during a vocabulary assignment in his English class. Leah McGhee’s son has a teacher who assigned vocabulary words during class last Tuesday, including the word ‘alien.’ McGhee says her son […]

  • Speak the Truth Even, if Your Voice Shakes

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 1:50pm EDT

    Recently, a video flew by on Telegram of a black man asking two young, beautiful, light-blonde women what race they were. “Caucasian,” they answered. “I kind of guessed,” he replied. “If you could be (of) one (other) race for one day, what would you be and why?” One woman smiled and replied innocently: “We are […]

  • Tennessee Governor Signs Bill Requiring Local Officers to Aid US Immigration Authorities

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 1:49pm EDT

    Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has signed a bill that would require law enforcement agencies to communicate with federal immigration authorities if they discover people are in the the country illegally, and would broadly mandate cooperation in the process of identifying, detaining and deporting them. The Republican signed the measure Thursday, and it takes effect July […]

  • Tax Day: Illegal Immigration Costs American Taxpayers over $150 Billion

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 1:49pm EDT

    As Tax Day passes on Monday, the cost of illegal immigration to American taxpayers has hit an unprecedented level on President Joe Biden’s watch. The latest estimates, published by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) last March, show that millions of illegal aliens residing across the United States cost taxpayers more than $150 billion annually. The […]

  • A Principal Confronted a Teenage Girl. Now He Could Face Time in Prison.

    American Renaissance - Apr 16th 2024 1:49pm EDT

    In a high school lobby in New Jersey, the principal saw a student heading toward a stairway and moved to cut her off. There was physical contact between them, though no blows. The interaction lasted less than a minute. The student filed an affirmative action complaint against the principal, saying that he had grabbed her […]

  • The Real Killer Is Finally Dead

    American Renaissance - Apr 15th 2024 4:53pm EDT

    Thumbnail credit: © Jonathan Alcorn via ZUMA Wire Subscribe to View From the Right on BitChute here. Download this episode here. The post The Real Killer Is Finally Dead appeared first on American Renaissance.

  • Duke Ends Full-Ride Scholarship Program for Select Black Students in Wake of Affirmative Action Ruling

    American Renaissance - Apr 15th 2024 2:26pm EDT

    Duke is discontinuing its Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholarship Program, a program for “top applicants of African descent,” in the wake of last year’s Supreme Court decision that ended race-based affirmative action in college admissions. The announcement comes amidst a nascent national trend, with a number of public universities ending their own race-based scholarship programs in response to the Supreme Court […]