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photoThe Ya-Ya Network is a citywide anti-racist, anti-sexist organization and allies with the LGBTQ community. Ya-Ya is staffed by young activists ages 15-19. We work with other youth, adult allies, youth programs & activist organizations.We are currently one of the few groups made up primarily of youth of color who are active in the counter-military recruitment movement.  We lead workshops and trainings to make sure our peers get accurate information, not just a recruiter’s sales pitch. We help other youth groups and schools set up their own counter recruitment campaigns. We do research and produce written material and fliers that you can download here.

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pdf “A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Waste” A Guide to the Demilitarization of America's Youth Popular

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Demilitarization Guide AYSDemilitarization guide for students. Issues that are covered include articles on military recruiting in high schools, universities of mass destruction, how to struggle against militarism, organizing tools and success stories.  This collaborative project was made possible by generous grants from the Sunshine Project, the Ben & Jerry’s Foundation and the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, as well as the “advertisers” that appear in the guide. Contributors to the guide include the American Friends Service Committee, National Youth and Student Peace Coalition, the Sunshine Project, and Tri-Valley CAREs, among others.  The Foundation designed and published A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste.

Santa Barbara, CA : Nuclear Age Peace Foundation], 2004.

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