Traditionalist Youth Network

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The Traditionalist Youth Network, abbreviated TradYouth or TYN, was an American White nationalist organization, disbanded in 2018.

The organization stated that it "exists to provide resources and support to independent groups of high school and college students throughout North America who are learning about the Traditionalist School of thought, helping one another apply the principles and spirit of Tradition in their lives, and organizing in defense of Tradition on their campuses and in their communities. While members and supporters are encouraged to embrace a particular Tribe and Tradition, the TYN empowers them to unite and speak as one voice against the united voices of decadence, individualism, Marxism, and Modernity."[1]

The organization was founded in 2013 by Matthew Heimbach and others. It originated from the Youth for Western Civilization and the Towson University White Student Union (WSU). "Working side by side we have drafted an organization that will take the message of the WSU far beyond the confines of Towson. This will be an avenue to organize a wide coalition of Kinists, social conservatives, Traditionalist Christians, believers in Right-Wing political ideologies, and other factions of the pro-white movement."[2]

The Traditionalist Worker Party‎ was a political party associated with the Traditionalist Youth Network, also disbanded.


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  2. WSU IS Going National: Creation of the Traditionalist Youth Network