Mid-South Peace & Justice Center

Contact Person: George Grider


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 Memphis  Tennessee
Tel: 901-725-4990  
Scope: Regional


Organizational Base:  Student & non-student community based


 Work Issues:

  • Alternatives to the Military
  • College Counter recruitment Work
  • Equal Access for Counter recruitment
  • High school JROTC
  • Opt Out NCLB recruiting list
  • School Board Policies and General Counter Recruitment Education
  • General c-r education

Outreach to specific communities:

African American

Additional information:

Memphis City Schools are 90% African American, including schools, administrators, and school board members.  The counter-recruiters are 90% white.

 Mid-South Peace & Justice Center


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