Northwest Suburban Peace & Education Project

Northwest Suburban Peace & Education Project
Contact Person: Libby Frank
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Mt Prospect  Illinois
Tel: 773-206-4945 60056


Organizational Base:

Student and non student community based

 Work Issues:

Alternatives to the Military
Equal Access for Counter recruitment
Opt Out NCLB recruiting list
Limiting Recruiter Access to Schools
School Board Policies and Accountability Monitoring
General Counter Recruitment Education

Outreach to Specific Communities:


Additional Info:

Our mission statement is posted on our website. We table at all six high schools in Township District 214 (northwest suburbs of Chicago). Our group was founded in 2004.

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