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Network Organizations and Individuals

Participating organizations and individuals of the National Network to Support GI Resistance Organizations  Student Peace Action Network Marin Peace and Justice CoalitionNot in Our Name Project !Presente! ...

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A feminist in the military?

Is it possible to be a feminist within the U.S. military today? Military counselor and 1991 Gulf War objector Aimee Allison on Army SPC Katherine Jashinski’s opposition to war and refused deployment to Iraq. By Paul...

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Hell no, she won’t go

Katherine Jashinski is the first female soldier to refuse to participate in the Iraq war. Her refusal could change the face of the anti-war movement. By Marisa Handler, AlterNet. Posted December 5, 2005. “The thing that I...

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National GI Resistance Alert Network

We are asking concerned organizations, communities, and individuals to join us and commit to a sustained campaign of support for GI resistance and conscientious objection.

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A Matter of Honor

I am a graduate of West Point currently serving as a Captain in the U.S. Army Infantry. I have served two combat tours with the 82nd Airborne Division, one each in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Why is Jimmy Massey under attack?

Former Marine Staff Sergeant Jimmy Massey, a 12-year veteran who became an outspoken opponent of the war, recently faced a vicious attack in the mainstream and rightwing media.

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National Guard and Military Objectors Defense Fund

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Support a strong legal defense for National Guard members refusing to deploy against Black Rights Matter protesters!

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