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2001-12-10

National Youth & Student Peace Coalition Kicks Off

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Today, the National Youth & Student Peace Coalition will launch a diverse campaign against the war. They are holdinga press conference to speak out against the potentially unending "war on terror" and its effects on student andyouth, as well as the Bush administration’s moves to limit the freedoms of Muslims, Arabs, immigrants, and anyone whoappears to disagree with them. They will hold the press conference at the National Japanese American Memorial inWashington, DC.

Guest:

  • John Brett, student at Dartmouth College and member of Campus Greens.

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