[Note: May 2 was not the unanimous choice that I though it would be. I have added a poll for May 2nd to the top of this blog. If it doesn't win, we can hold an election for an alternative day. I am still hoping that Peter Brimelow, Dennis Mangan, Richard Spencer, Gregory Cochran, and Steve Sailer will take an interest; I have also alerted Ron the Inductivist, Audacious Epigone, and several other good people who have shown up to discuss, below]
I propose that race realists launch an international Human Biodiversity Day. The idea would be to discuss HBD issues in new and different venues, preferably running the gamut from African IQ deficits and criminality to the ability that Asians can healthily carry more body fat than other groups (as mentioned in Mr. Sailer's "Is Love Colorblind?" article).
Some suggestions for rank-and-file race realists who want to observe Human Biodiversity Day:
A. In a setting where you know race realism isn't tolerated, just ask acquaintances casually if they know what "HBD Day" is. Just say you have no idea what it stands for and wondered if anyone knew.
B. Use the day as a time to politely bring up HBD questions on mainstream conservative sites. No site should be bombed with an overwhelming number of messages, but as many as possible should get an HBD post from more than one race realist.
C. Make race realist comments on mainstream news articles (AP, etc.) on the web, especially racially tendentious ones (asserting, e.g., that if a black person is accused of a crime it must be a false accusation).
D. Broach the subject in a low-key way to trusted friends, sort of like "coming out day" for race realists.
Our manner should be dispassionate, not angry or tongue-in-cheek, and emphasizing publicly-available statistics like victimization reports and standardized test scores.
What I'd like other bloggers to do:
Just mention the idea on your blogs. With our combined readership and a few weeks of build up, there should be enough buzz to get the idea onto the radar of everyone on the alt-right.
Since May 1st is International Workers' Day, and since race denialism is designed to shore up the affirmative action and immigration that are hurting the white working class so much, I suggest May 2nd as the obvious day to symbolize a sort of "new and improved" May Day.