NPI’s fall conference—Become Who We Are—is set to be the highlight of the year. It will be a tremendous opportunity to network, reconnect with old friends, and have fun in Washington, DC.

Registration | Lodging | Special Events

Today we’re proud to announce that Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, will address our gathering. He will speak on Southern identity—the current attacks on it and how it resonates with our shared European heritage.

Other speakers include Kevin MacDonald, Guillaume Faye, Jack Donovan, Richard Spencer, Keith Preston, and a special guest, who will be addressing a public identitarian gathering for the first time.

R.N. Taylor (of the band Changes) will also be on hand, to speak and, on Saturday evening, perform live music in a festive atmosphere.

Put simply, there will good food, good drink, good music, good friends, and special guests.

The event will take place this Halloween, October 31, 2015, at The National Press Club in downtown Washington.

Registration is $225 and includes three-course meals for lunch and dinner on Saturday and everything mentioned above.

We also offer lodging, which you can book through our website.

The best way to attend our gathering is to join The Sam Francis Circle for $750. This package includes priority seating at the conference, along with two three-course meals on Saturday. You will be booked for a two-nights stay (October 30-November 1) at a four-star hotel in downtown Washington. You will also attend our two special events, where you’ll get a chance to meet the conference speakers and organizers: on Friday night (October 30), a steak dinner with a complimentary open bar; on Sunday morning (November 1), a Champagne Brunch.

Register now while these special tickets are available.

We also offer a limited number of discounted tickets for millennials, that is, attendees 30 years old and younger. (Identification must be presented for admission.)

I look forward to seeing you in Washington!

Richard Spencer


The National Policy Institute