Though there are no pro-white churches in our day, there are still many ways to meet and form friendships with other pro-white people despite the intense demonization of the Alt Right by the anti-white, anti-Christian mass media. Some of the organizations below offer options to remain anonymous, while others require vetting. To the best of my knowledge, none of them require or forbid subscription to Christian doctrine. If readers know of more organizations or would like to describe their experiences in any of the groups below, please add those in the comments section.
Identity Evropa. This nationwide Identitarian brotherhood engages in frequent educational events such as flyering, banner drops, and one-on-one conversations with people in towns and especially on campus. Membership requires vetting and revealing your real identity to organizational leadership. Participation in local meet-ups and online is expected. Members must pursue good physical fitness and present a dignified appearance at public events. Dues are $10 per month or $100 per year.
League of the South. Led by Michael Hill, the League of the South is the premier Southern nationalist organization striving for the complete political, economic, and cultural independence of the South from the U.S. and global elites. LOS has chapters across the South that frequently engage in street activism, banner drops, and protests in defense of Confederate, Christian, and Southern interests. Membership costs $30 for students, $50 for individuals, $75 for couples, and $100 for families.
TRS 504ums. A free, online, Alt Right forum community open to the public. No membership or vetting required. Threads run the gamut from weightlifting to politics to memes. The 504ums are part of The Right Stuff.biz media empire and there is plenty of overlap between it and the TRS podcasts, but the 504ums have a distinct culture. TRS local meet-ups (aka “pool parties”) such as the Houston Goylers exist across the country.
American Third Position. Nationwide political party with prominent pro-white advocates such as James Edwards, Kevin McDonald, and Tomislav Sunic on its board of directors. Has run candidates for the presidency and vice-presidency. Members also engage in local street activism. Membership dues are $25 per year.
Vanguard America and Patriot Front. Fascist, pro-white activist organizations that engage in street activism. The original Vanguard split into two tactically and optically distinct organizations, Vanguard America and Patriot Front, after Charlottesville.