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Jared Taylor

Jared Taylor, 2008
Born Samuel Jared Taylor
(1951-09-15) September 15, 1951 (age 68)
Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
Residence Oakton, Virginia, U.S.
Education Yale University (B.A.)
Paris Institute of Political Studies (M.A.)
Occupation Editor of American Renaissance
Spouse(s) Evelyn Rich[1]
Children 2 daughters
Website
amren.com

Samuel Jared Taylor (born September 15, 1951) is a Japanese-born American white supremacist.[2] He is the founder and editor of American Renaissance, a white supremacist online magazine. Taylor is also an author and the president of American Renaissance's parent organization, New Century Foundation, through which many of his books have been published. He is a former member of the advisory board of The Occidental Quarterly and a former director of the National Policy Institute, a Virginia-based white nationalist think tank.[3] He is also a board member and spokesperson of the Council of Conservative Citizens.[4][5]

Taylor, like many of the organizations he is associated with, is often described as promoting racist ideologies by, among others, civil rights groups, news media, and academics studying racism in the U.S.[6][7][8][9]

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Notes

  1. Rich, Evelyn (May 4, 2016). "Setting the Record Straight: Longtime Partner of Jared Taylor Addresses White Nationalist Criticism". Southern Poverty Law Center. https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2016/05/04/setting-record-straight-longtime-partner-jared-taylor-addresses-white-nationalist-criticism.
    • Elizabeth Bryant Morgenstern, "White Supremacist Groups" in Anti-Immigration in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Vol. 1 (ed. Kathleen R. Arnold: Greenwood/ABC-CLIO, 2011), p. 508: "Jared Taylor is the editor of the American Renaissance magazine, a publication that espouses the superiority of whites. ... Unlike many other white supremacists, Taylor is not anti-Semitic..."
    • Michael Newton, White Robes and Burning Crosses: A History of the Ku Klux Klan from 1866 (McFarland, 2014), p. 216: "Virginia white supremacist Jared Taylor"
    • Jonathan Mahler, Donald Trump's Message Resonates With White Supremacists, New York Times (March 1, 2016), p. A15: "Jared Taylor, long one of the country's most prominent white supremacists."
    • Daniel Kreiss and Kelsey Mason, Here’s what white supremacy looks and sounds like now, Washington Post (August 17, 2017): "the influential white supremacist Jared Taylor argues:"
  2. Doty, Roxanne Lynn (2009). The Law Into Their Own Hands: Immigration and the Politics of Exceptionalism. University of Arizona Press. p. 61. ISBN 0816527717.
  3. "Inside the White Supremacist Group that Influenced Charleston Shooting Suspect". TIME. http://time.com/3930993/dylann-roof-council-of-conservative-citizens-charleston/.
  4. Devine, Curt; Griffin, Drew; Bronstein, Scott (24 June 2015). "White supremacist group stands by racist ideology". CNN Investigations. http://edition.cnn.com/2015/06/23/us/white-supremacist-group-dylann-roof/. Retrieved 15 July 2015.
  5. "Jared Taylor, a Racist in the Guise of 'Expert'". Dennis Roddy. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. January 23, 2005.
  6. American Renaissance Southern Poverty Law Center
  7. Robert W. Sussman (6 October 2014). The Myth of Race: The Troubling Persistence of an Unscientific Idea. Harvard University Press. p. 316. ISBN 978-0-674-41731-1. https://books.google.com/books?id=yf6EBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA316.
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