American Renaissance Magazine

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QUESTIONABLE SOURCE

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  • Overall, we rate American Renaissance Questionable based on Extreme Right-Wing Bias, promotion of propaganda and conspiracy theories as well as being labeled a hate group by numerous sources.

Detailed Report

Reasoning: Extreme Right, Hate Group, Propaganda, Pseudoscience
Country: USA
World Press Freedom Rank: USA 45/180

History

Founded in 1990 by Jared Taylor, 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.

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Funded by / Ownership

American Renaissance Magazine is owned and published by the New Century Foundation which is a think tank that promotes pseudo-scientific studies and research that purport to show the inferiority of blacks to whites. The website generates revenue through donations and advertising.

Analysis / Bias

In review, American Renaissance Magazine publishes news that is considered racist and supports white supremacy. A frequent topic on the website is the debunked notion that there is a connection between race and IQ as well as Multiculturalism and the War Against White America. Articles often contain loaded emotional language that attempts to portray African Americans negatively such as: Race, Welfare, and Media Lies and this Race, Crime, and Loathing in Minnesota. They also are very fearful of whites becoming the minority in the USA, through their promotion of the replacement conspiracy, The Great Replacement Is Not a Conspiracy, except it is a conspiracy.

Media Bias Fact Check does not designate sources as hate groups, rather we rely on others to do that. Below are links to other outlets who have proclaimed American Renaissance a hate group or White Supremacist organization.

In general, American Renaissance is a website that promotes white supremacy and is openly racists.

Overall, we rate American Renaissance Questionable based on Extreme Right-Wing Bias, promotion of propaganda and conspiracy theories as well as being labeled a hate group by numerous sources. (10/6/2016) Updated (D. Van Zandt 06/03/2020)

Source: https://www.amren.com

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