White Youth Alliance

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Not to be confused with the National Youth Alliance

The White Youth Alliance was founded by David Duke on the campus of Louisiana State University (LSU) in 1971. It was formerly known as the White Student Alliance. The group published a newspaper called The Racialist.[1]

The White Youth Alliance grew to over two hundred members and supporters on the campus of LSU.[2]

Duke later reorganized the White Youth Alliance into the National Party in January 1972.[3]

Notes

  1. Contemporary Voices of White Nationalism in America, by Carol M. Swain and Russ Nieli, page 166.
  2. David Duke: Evolution of a Klansman, by Michael Zatarain, page 140
  3. WL Pierce FBI file

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