The New York Civil Liberties Union - Project on Military Recruitment and Students' Rights gives students, families, educators, and advocates the tools to defend their rights against overly-aggressive military recruiting in the schools.
The National Lawyers Guild works to maintain and protect our civil rights and liberties in the face of persistent attacks. If you need a lawyer to safeguard your rights, this may be the place to start.
Project YANO (Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities) is the nation’s premier source for reliable information pertaining to the military’s presence in the nation’s schools.
The Center on Conscience & War works to extend and defend the rights of conscientious objectors. CCW supports all those who oppose their participation in war, including those members of the US military who, following a crisis of conscience, seek discharge as conscientious objectors.
GI Rights Hotline is a network of organizations who provide information to service members about military discharges, complaint procedures, and other civil rights.
NNOMY(National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth) is a national networking body that brings together national, regional and local organizations to oppose the growing intrusion of the military in young people's lives.
The American Friends Service Committee has been involved in counter-recruitment work for a very long time. Their Peace Education program aims to limit the influence of military recruiters on middle and high school kids.
Quaker Houseoffers GI rights counseling and support, military related domestic violence victims’ support, and alternatives to violence project training.
Quaker House is a manifestation of the Friends' Peace Testimony. Based in Fayetteville, NC, home of Ft. Bragg, Quaker House provides counseling and support to service members who are questioning their role in the military; educates them, their families, and the public about military issues; and advocates for a more peaceful world.