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For Immediate Release

College Not Combat Press Conference and Picket in Front of Military
Recruiting Office

Where: U.S. Military Recruiting Office, 670 Davis Street, San

When: Tuesday, March 15 at 5pm

On Tuesday, March 15th, the College Not Combat coalition will
initiate its campaign to kick the military out of Bay Area schools
with a picket and press conference at the military recruiting station
at 670 Davis Street in San Francisco. Parents, teachers, students,
and veterans will discuss the deceptive practices used by military
recruiters to entice young students into to the armed services.

As the war in Iraq approaches its two-year mark, communities across
the U.S. are suffering from its consequences: thousands of soldiers
killed or wounded, and schools and hospitals robbed of resources to
pay for a war for oil. Even worse, the military systematically
targets for recruitment those most harmed by the misplaced priorities
of the political establishment: working class children and people of
color. The military plays on the hopes of youth for a good education
by promising them money for college if they enlist—a promise made
only more insidious by the fact that more often than not, enlistees
will not see any financial assistance at all. Students should not
have to risk their lives to afford a college education. We demand
that the military leave our schools.

Speakers will include Aimee Allison, candidate for District 2 City
Council in Oakland and military veteran; Katrina Yeaw of the Campus
Anti-War Network (CAN)
; and Marcia Thorndike, a military family

Contact: Todd Chretien, (510) 395-6417,,
College Not Combat Coalition

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