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Pamphlets and documents in the following categories: ASVAB, Conscientious Objection, Delayed Entry Program, General Counter-recruitment information, Opt Out, Pentagon Database (JAMRS), Reports, and School Board Policies

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Folder No child Left Behind (NCLB)

The Act requires states to develop assessments in basic skills. To receive federal school funding, States must give these assessments to all students at select grade levels. The Act does not assert a national achievement standard. Each individual state develops its own standards.[4] NCLB expanded the federal role in public education through annual testing, annual academic progress, report cards, teacher qualifications, and funding changes.[3]

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Covid and Militarism

It’s widely recognized that the Covid-19 pandemic undoubtedly affects the economy and, as a result, also negatively affects healthcare, education, and culture. However, in the face of hard times like the ones we’ve experienced this year, national priorities are oriented through the policies implemented by political leaders.

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Covid y Militarismo

Si bien se reconoce que la pandemia afecta indudablemente la economía y como a partir de ella sectores como la salud, la educación, la cultura, también cobran algún impacto desfavorable, son las decisiones políticas de sus dirigentes las que orientan las prioridades de un país frente a  situaciones tan adversas como las que se viven en la actualidad.

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NNOMY Brochure (English)

General information brochure about The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth. Latest Version 2016 in English. Trifold in color both sides no bleed. Letter size. PDF

Useful for distribution at conferences by NNOMY representatives

 

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pdf NNOMY Brochure (Spanish) Popular

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NNOMY Brochure (Spanish)

General information brochure about The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth. Latest Version 2016 in Spanish. Trifold in color both sides no bleed. Letter size. PDF

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pdf Researching Pop Culture and Militarism Popular

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Popcultureandmilitarization4.pdf

The Selene Rivas report explores how the U.S. citizenry has been normalized to accept a permanent state of militarism through popular culture: Movies, video games and comic books.

35 pp, 2017, The National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth. PDF

 

pdf Soldiers of Misfortune: Abusive U.S. Military Recruitment and Failure to Protect Child Soldiers Popular

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Soldiers of Misfortune: Abusive U.S. Military Recruitment and Failure to Protect Child Soldiers

The Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict (Optional Protocol) is meant to safeguard the rights of children under 18 from military recruitment and deployment to war, and to guarantee basic protections to former child soldiers, whether they are seeking refugee protection in the United States or are in U.S.

Report of the American Civil Liberties Union, 2014

About the ACLU

The American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) is a nationwide, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to protecting human rights and civil liberties in the United States. The ACLU is the largest civil liberties organization in the country, with offices in 50 states and over 500,000 members. The ACLU was founded in 1920, largely in response to the curtailment of liberties that accompanied America’s entry into World War I, including the persecution of political dissidents and the denial of due process rights for non-citizens. In the intervening decades, the ACLU has advocated to hold the U.S. government accountable to the rights protected under the U.S. Constitution and other civil and human rights laws. Since the tragic events of September 11, a core priority of the ACLU has been to stem the backlash against human rights in the name of national security.

pdf Talking Points for the Abolition of ROTC (college) Popular

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Life Under OccupationROTC directly benefits a foreign policy that is imperialistic and advocates preemptive war.

Choosing to have ROTC on campus is not a politically neutral choice. It is a choice which supports the current aggressive foreign policy. The pre emptive policy is not limited to Iraq; it will be extended elsewhere.

A campaign to end ROTC is not an attack on students in the ROTC program. They may join the military after graduation or attend West Point if that is their goal. They need not pursue officer training at a non military academy. The students may choose to form a club of individuals interested in the military, but there need not be an institutionally sponsored ROTC program.

pdf The Military is Not Just a Job Pamphlet (2006)

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pdf Too Fat to Fight Obesity Biopolitics and 1 Popular

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Joseph Burridge and Kevin McSorley - Taken together, the campaigning activity of Mission: Readiness and the passage of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, bring into sharp relief a range of issues of interest to social scientists. They mobilise the contemporary politics of the body – including bio-political and governmental concerns – particularly the attention given to a so-called ‘obesity epidemic’ and its focus upon children. Moreover, because of the degree to which Mission: Readiness’ contributions were framed by, and addressed to, a perceived need to ensure that bodies of US children are not ‘Too Fat To Fight’, they are also pertinent to those interested in ongoing processes of the militarization of social life, and the multiple historic connections between food and war. This paper engages with these issues by interrogating the key ‘Too Fat To Fight’ report produced by Mission: Readiness (2010) as part of its campaign for legislative change.

pdf Using Equal Access to Counter Militarism in High Schools Popular

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Using Equal Access to Counter Militarism in High SchoolsThis report focuses on methods of grass roots organizing. It describes strategies, tactics and organizational challenges associated with developing a long-term effort to educate students and counter militarism in schools.
 

pdf Who is a Conscientious Objector

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Source: Center on Conscience and War

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