|Student and Youth Organizing|
|Written by Becca Polk|
|Sunday, 03 October 2004 00:00|
Youth have always played a crucial role in the movement to close the School of the Americas by organizing in their schools and communities, leading delegations in support of the vigil, becoming Prisoners of Conscience by crossing the line onto Ft. Benning, lobbying congress to close the SOA/WHINSEC, among many other things.
The passion and energy of students and youth is one of the strengths of the SOA Watch movement. Now it is time to take the next leap into building leadership and community among youth within the movement.
What is the SOA Watch Student/Youth Collective?
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En La Lucha: Youth Resisting Militarization
We are excited to share with you En La Lucha, Youth Bulletin, a project of the SOA Watch Youth Collective. We are hoping to put together newsletters to share electronicall every couple of months for the purpose of connecting youth across the Americas, sharing stories, analysis, and vision, and to building a creative forum for informal dialogues.
Click here to sign up for the Student and Youth Monthley Bulletin!
The purpose of this monthly bulletin is to connect youth across the Americas, share stories, analysis, and vision, and to build a creative forum to have informal dialogues.
En La Lucha: Youth Resisting Militarization, Issue #1: February, 2012
En La Lucha, Issue # 2: May 2012
How Can You Get Involved?
For more information on organizing within your community, visit here.Organize your community! There is a great primer on local organizing available here.
|Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 15:20|
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