What is Identity Evropa?
Identity Evropa is a fraternal organization for people of European heritage located in the United States that engages in community building and civic engagement.
Are you a religious organization?
We are a secular organization - our members practice a diverse range of traditional European faiths as well as many who refrain from religion altogether.
Can older people join?
Yes! Although many of our members are young adults, there is no upper age limit for joining and we have members from all age groups.
Can women join?
Absolutely! We have a number of active female members in our organization.
Are there costs associated with membership?
Members are expected to pay dues which help cover operational expenses.
Dues are $10 per month or $100 per year.
What are the benefits of becoming a member?
Membership in Identity Evropa gains you access to our large network of members across the country who have all
been vetted according to our high standards.
Whether through local meetups or our private online community, you can be sure that the people you're surrounding yourself
with are the best of the best.
Additionally, members have the benefit of participating in exclusive activist campaigns such as Project Siege as well as occasionally being invited to private regional events that aren't generally advertised to the public.
What duties are expected from members?
Members are expected at a minimum to stay active with their local clubs by attending regular meetups and participating in our broader online community. Members are also required to keep themselves in good physical shape and generally present themselves in a professional and positive manner when in public.
Are members expected to engage in activism?
Although many of our members do engage in public activism, it is by no means a requirement.
I heard you're a white supremacist group. Is that true?
We are not supremacists of any kind and we reject the term 'white supremacist' as an anti-White pejorative used to silence anyone who dares to stand up for the legitimate interests of European Americans.