Pro-White People Should Call Themselves "White Civil Rights Activists"
It would good for pro-white people to use a term for themselves that is both descriptive and presents themselves in a positive way. The anti-whites call pro-white people "white supremacists," which labels pro-whites in a negative way. It would be good to have one term to counter this propaganda.
Separatist, nationalist, white advocate, racialist and race realist are all terms that are good and have their uses. But it would be good to have one effective term that includes all pro-whites.
I suggest the term "white civil rights activist." It has a positive connotation. Civil rights are seen to be good. Being an activist for civil rights would be seen to be good. And the white part? We can say why shouldn't whites have civil rights, are you against that?
The name "white civil rights activist" gives pro-whites a counter to labels such as "white supremacist." One could simply answer, "I'm not a supremacist, I'm a white civil rights activist."
As it currently stands people could ask "If you're not a white supremacist then what are you?" Pro-whites need a strong response to this. "I'm a white civil rights activist" is a strong response.
The term "white civil rights activists" could include varying beliefs under its umbrella. If a pro-white is asked if they're a nationalist or separatist they could respond, "I want to make sure whites have civil rights and I advocate whatever policy ensures this. Then they could explain their own personal belief, always under the umbrella of "white civil rights activist." They could explain that pro-whites have different opinions about how white civil rights can be protected but they all have the same goal.
I encourage everyone to start using the term "white civil rights activist."