Dr. Barry Mehler (born March 18th, 1947) is a Jewish professor at Ferris State University who, according to his profile, "holds a PhD in History with specializations in the History of Science, racism and science, and the Holocaust. He is the Founder and Director of the Institute for the Study of Academic Racism." Mehler attacks academics he personally considers to be "racist" including Richard Lynn and Raymond Cattell. Mehler received a BA in History from Yeshiva University, NY.
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He waged a campaign against Raymond Cattell, who had been chosen by the APA for a Lifetime Achievement Award. Mehler claimed that Cattell was a racist and a fascist who advocated eugenics. Cattell denounced the charges but withdrew his name for consideration of the award.
The Institute for the Study of Academic Racism (ISAR) is an organization that monitors "changing intellectual trends in academic racism, biological determinism, and eugenics." ISAR states that in this capacity it "acts as a resource service for students, academics, journalists, legislators and civil rights activists." ISAR was founded by Barry Mehler in 1993.
In an interview about immmigration reform Mehler stated: ".. the anti-immigration movement is the leading edge of the White-nationalist movement in the United States today."
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