Youth

EWO resources for teachers and youth

The following resources may be useful to teachers and youth attending the Eyes Wide Open exhibit or when preparing to deal with recruiters.

EWO High School Curriculum

A quick guide to creating a lesson and activities in connection with the Eyes Wide Open and Cost of War exhibits.

Tienes Suficiente Informacion Para Registrarte?

A trifold pamphlet asking questions of potentially unsuspecting youth (in Spanish). Un follleto con preguntas potenciales para reclutas militares.

Do You Know Enough To Enlist (English)

A trifold pamphlet asking questions of potentially unsuspecting youth (in English).

Developing Community Memorials for the Fallen in Iraq

A guide to developing community memorials for the fallen in Iraq.

"As the Iraq war continues, communities are looking for ways to highlight the human cost of this war. Below are some suggestions from groups around the country who have organized local events and memorials. Share with us the outcome of your event to keep the chain for peace going."

War and the Draft - What You Can Do

A two page guide to what students, parents, and community members can do about military recruitment in their area.

The Military's Not Just a Job...

A pamplet on the numerous downsides of joining the military including the living conditions, the lack of post-service job training, the hurdles for college, racism, sexism, homophobia, and the loss of basic rights.

Survey for School Students on Military Recruitment

A survey for students on the JROTC's presense in their school.

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