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American Renaissance Magazine
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Notes: American Renaissance (AR or AmRen) is a monthly online magazine published by the New Century Foundation which describes itself as a “race-realist, white advocacy organization”. It has been described as a white supremacist publication by several sources, including The Washington Post, Fortune, and the Anti-Defamation League. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center “AR is a self-styled think tank that promotes pseudo-scientific studies and research that purport to show the inferiority of blacks to whites — although in language that avoids open racial slurs and attempts to portray itself as serious scholarship.” (10/6/2016) Updated (6/26/2017)
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