Dr. Roger Pearson — a pioneering scholar and publisher across a wide range of anthropological studies, and a brave champion of racial reality in a world which increasingly denies scientific truth — has died aged 95. Born in England but spending most of his adult life in the United States, Dr. Pearson was a good friend of many racial realists such as Jared Taylor, Sam Dickson, Paul Fromm, Tom Sunic, and Heritage & Destiny editor Mark Cotterill, whose obituary tribute is online here. One of his last public activities was his speech at a tribute last June organized by Counter-Currents and the Free Expression Foundation: click here for details. (more…)
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Obituary for Prof. Roger Pearson,
M.Sc. (Econ), Ph.D., (London): 1927–2023
All of us at Heritage & Destiny were saddened to hear of the recent death of Dr. Roger Pearson, who was a long-standing subscriber to H&D magazine — in fact he was our eldest subscriber, aged 95, when he died in Washington, DC in January.
Dr. Pearson was a true English gentleman in every sense. He was born in London in 1927, but spent much of his childhood in Yorkshire. In October 1944, towards the end of the Second World War, he joined the British Army, despite his entitlement to exemption from military service to attend university after completing his Higher School Certificate examinations. (more…)
Dr. Roger Pearson, a lifelong hardworking white advocate who gave us nearly a century of service, passed away on February 23 at the age of 95. Dr. Pearson lived an extraordinary life that included volunteering in the British Indian Army, serving as Chairman of the World Anti-Communist League and as President of University Professors for Academic Order, and publishing the groundbreaking racialist journal Mankind Quarterly. You can read more about his life and work here. (more…)