Jared Taylor

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Jared Taylor, 2008

Jared Taylor is an American white supremacist.[1] He started the magazine the American Renaissance. Jared Taylor was born in Japan to Christian missionaries in 1951. He grew up in Kyoto and learned to speak Japanese. Taylor moved to the United States when he was 16. Taylor believes that white people should only care about other white people.

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    • 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:"
    • Saini, Angela (2019). Superior: The Return of Race Science. Beacon Press. pp. 81–82. ISBN 9780008293833. Another contributor to Mankind Quarterly as become a key figure in the white supremacist movement. Yale-educated Jared Taylor, who belongs to a number of right-wing groups and think tanks, founded the magazine American Renassaince in 1990 ... His brand of white supremacy draws from race science to lend itself the illusion of intellectual backbone.