|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. We use a variety of tactics and strategies to make the resistance visible and bring la lucha to the streets of our communities. We organize in their schools and communities, lead delegations in support of the vigil, become Prisoners of Conscience by crossing the line onto Ft. Benning, and we lobby Congress to close the SOA/WHINSEC.
The spirit and dedication of students and youth strengthens the SOA Watch movement. As so, we must continue to build leadership and community among youth in our movement and ensure that others join us in resisting U.S. military and economic domination.
What is the SOA Watch Student/Youth Collective?
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