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Far-Right Threats Fail to Distract from Santa Cruz Protest Successes
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Students Insist Counter-Recruitment Actions are Key to Ending the War SANTA CRUZ, CA - Students Against War’s April 11th counter-recruitment protest at UC Santa Cruz was a small but concrete step towards ending the illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq. It also demonstrated that violent and discriminatory employers are not welcome on our campus. Last Tuesday’s victory, which saw Army and National Guard recruiters flee in the face of a determined but peaceful protest of 150 students, faculty and staff, means that UCSC has been recruitment-free for more than eighteen months.

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