Jared Taylor Biography
Jared Taylor is an eminent American white supremacist. Taylor serves as editor of American Renaissance, an online magazine espousing such opinions, which was founded in 1990 by Taylor. He also serves as the president of American Renaissance’s parent organization, New Century Foundation.
He was a former director of the National Policy Institute, a Virginia-based white nationalist think tank, and a member of the advisory board of The Occidental Quarterly. Additionally, Taylor serves as a spokesperson and a board member of the Council of Conservative Citizens.
Jared Taylor Age
Jared Taylor was born in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan, on September 15, 1951. He is 70 years old.
Jared Taylor Height
Taylor is a man of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m).
Jared Taylor Education
He studied Japanese schools up to the age of 12, becoming fluent in Japanese. Later, Jared joined the University of Yale and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy in 1973.
Subsequently, he spent three years in France and received a Master of Arts degree in international economics at Sciences Po in 1978.
During a period that interrupted his undergraduate and later graduate college years, He served and traveled extensively in West Africa, improving in the Francophone regions of the continent his French. He is fluent in Japanese, French, and English.
Jared Taylor Family
Jared was born and raised by his Christian missionary parents from Virginia, United States in Kobe, Japan. Taylor lived in Japan until he was 16 years.
Jared Taylor Wife
He is married to his pretty wife called Evelyn Rich. The duo shares two pretty daughters. They all live in northern Virginia near Washington, DC.
Jared Taylor Salary
Jared’s annual salary is $81,453 per year.
Jared Taylor Net Worth
Taylor has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Jared Taylor Career
Jared presently serves as president and editor of American Renaissance, which he founded in 1990. Taylor states that his publication, American Renaissance, was founded to provide a voice for such concerns, and argues that its work is analogous to other groups that advocate for ethnic or racial interests.
In 1983, He published a well-received book on Japanese business and cultural customs entitled Shadows of the Rising Sun: A Critical View of the Japanese Miracle.
In 1992, Taylor published a book titled Paved with Good Intentions in which he criticizes what contributed to the economic situation of the African-American underclass and what he deems unwise welfare politics.
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