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|Right to Turban Campaign Petition (French)||The UNITED SIKHS International campaign against France's proposed ban on religious emblems. This file is the petition in French.||789||0||01-15-2004|
|Facilitation and Consensus Workshop Outline||An outline for my one hour participatory workshop designed to teach good facilitation process and good consensus process. Critiques/comments welcome.||953||0||01-15-2004|
|Fighting Military Research Case Study: We Almost Won||The 1988-89â€™ Student Campaign to end Military Weapons Research at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
By Randy Viscio.||4868||0||01-27-2009|
|Getting the Dirt on the Military/Industrial Complex||Flyer of the UW-Madison Progressive Student Network / UW Greens, circa 1996||999||0||01-16-2004|
|The Landmine Factory Next Door--Exposing the Mil/Ind Complex||Information on several weapons manufacturers located throughout WI, including the Un. of WI-Madison.
Produced by the UW Infoshop http://www.madisoninfoshop.org/
in conjunction with the Corporate A||951||0||01-16-2004|
|SPAN Flyer about the USA PATRIOT Act||Published by the Student Peace Action Network (SPAN) as part of their "Flunk the War Machine" campaign.||845||0||01-16-2004|
|Getting Started with Divestment and Reinvestment by Randy Vi||Based on actual divestment campaign: Hampshire College 1989-1990||970||0||01-17-2004|
|SPAN Flyer about the "No Child Left Behind" Act||Part of SPAN's "Flunk the War Machine campaign"||1033||0||01-17-2004|
|Suits & Spooks by John Peck||"How to Research, Expose, and Challenge Military and Corporate Influence on Your Campus" - a version of this also appears in Campus Inc. edited by Geoffry White (Prometheus Books 2000)||978||0||01-17-2004|
|UTX-Austin alternative zine||Issue is a newspaper offering in-depth reporting and analysis on issues affecting the University of Texas at Austin campus and surrounding areas.
This issue has articles on UTX's connection w/ priv||1191||0||01-17-2004|
|SPAN flyer about military research on campus||Part of SPAN campaign "Flunk the War Machine."||825||0||01-17-2004|
|Case study: Military Industrial Complex at Indiana Univ. PA||Written by a student activist at Indiana University of Pennsylvania||1122||0||01-19-2004|
|Facilitation Guide||You need good facilitation to run a smooth meeting and achieve your goals. This guide will help with preparation, process, and other tips for holding a solid meeting.||1017||0||03-04-2004|
|Making Citizen-Soldiers: ROTC||Making Citizen-Soldiers
ROTC and the Ideology of American Military Service
By Michael S. Neiberg.
This book examines the Reserve Officers Training Corps program as a distinctively American express||2132||0||01-26-2004|
|Sample Outreach/Educational Tools from Project YANO||From the project on Youth and Non-military Opportunties (YANO). A list of their materials that can be ordered from them.||1685||0||01-25-2004|
|Guide for Public High School Leafletting and Petitioning||Published by the San Diego Campaign to Demilitarize our Schools and a project of the Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft (COMD)
P.O. Box 15195, San Diego, CA 92175 (619) 265-1369, (760) 753||1326||0||01-24-2004|
|Books Not Bombs Flyer||This is a flyer created for the March 4th Books Not Bombs Day of Action which includes the demands of the day, list of sponsors, and the call to action.||1734||0||01-28-2004|
|SDK-Philippines Manifesto of Unity||A Manifesto of Unity delivered and approved by the delegates of the Convenors Assembly for the Re-establishment of SDK or Democratic Association of the Youth. The said ocassion was held in Manila Phi||639||0||02-04-2004|
|Not In Our Name Anti-Recruitment Flyer in Spanish||This is a general flyer outlining why youth should resist the military and military recruitment. (In Spanish).||1607||0||02-17-2004|
|Menstrual Activism Workshop Outline||A brief outline for a menstrual activism workshop. Includes health, environmental and societal issues with tampons, as well as an action oriented portion, with a strategy chart and timeline. This work||1076||0||03-07-2004|