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Nov 3, 2009
Holy Family students join others in drug-free pledge — The Daily News (New York)
Dec 12, 2008
Mayor right to end Scientology program to combat drugs — Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Type: Press
Source: Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Miyagishima said when he first initiated his "Drug-Free Marshal" program, he was unaware that it was funded by Scientology. A sticker on the back of badges given to area third-graders identifies them as being "a trademark owned by the Church of Scientology International." The real concern was not so much the badges, but pamphlets that were to have been distributed to fifth-graders. Those pamphlets condemned not only illegal street drugs, but also legal drugs such as Ritalin that Scientologists strongly oppose. ...
Dec 9, 2008
Las Cruces nixes anti-drug program — Santa Fe New Mexican
Type: Press
Source: Santa Fe New Mexican
LAS CRUCES — The city of Las Cruces is ending an anti-drug program aimed at third-graders after learning it was backed by the Church of Scientology. The Drug-Free Marshal program started in late November. It had been presented to five schools, but was intended to be promoted eventually among all third-graders in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Mayor Ken Miyagishima says it wasn't his intention to promote the religion in the schools. The mayor says he was approached this summer by ...
Item contributed by: Martin Poulter
Dec 8, 2008
LC mayor halts program sponsored by Scientologists — KVIA ABC-7 (New Mexico)
Type: TV
Author(s): Ken Molestina
Source: KVIA ABC-7 (New Mexico)
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – It's a program aimed at getting kids off the streets and away from drugs. But now Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima is saying "not so fast." The program is called the Drug-Free Marshall Program, and it was quite a hit until the mayor found out it was sponsored by the Church of Scientology. Miyagishima said he was originally approached about the program in the summer. He said he liked the purpose and tried it in five different ...
Dec 7, 2008
Mayor abandons anti-drug program affiliated with Church of Scientology — Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
Type: Press
Author(s): Ashley Meeks
Source: Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico)
LAS CRUCES — The city is immediately ending an anti-drug program aimed at third-graders after it was revealed it was created and bankrolled by the Church of Scientology. The "Drug-Free Marshal" program, started in late November, had only been presented to five schools but was intended to be promoted eventually among all third-graders in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Mayor Ken Miyagishima apologized Saturday and said it was not his intention to promote the religion. The mayor said he was approached ...
Sep 4, 2008
Anonymous fights Scientology in schools // We don't need no... — The Register (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): John Leyden
Source: The Register (UK)
The Anonymous collective has announced a new phase in its protests against the Church of Scientology, targeting the alleged mistreatment of youngsters by Scientologists. Operation: School's Closed is due to take place on 13 September and will involve a wave of protests against the "Church of Scientology management, its attempts to infiltrate schools, and its internal exploitation of children". The planned demos follow seven previous protest days outside Scientology centres around the world, each with a particular theme. The Church of ...
Jun 8, 2007
Ndebele flirts with Scientology — Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
Type: Press
Author(s): Niren Tolsi
Source: Mail and Guardian (South Africa)
The Church of Scientology is running courses for learners on behalf of the KZN premier’s office About 120 hand-picked learners in KwaZulu-Natal have participated in a pilot human rights workshop run by an organisation with direct links to the controversial Church of Scientology — with the backing of the provincial government. A proposal to have the programme rolled out to the rest of KwaZuluNatal’s children is awaiting approval from the provincial legislature and the office of Premier Sbu Ndebele. Last week ...
Apr 16, 2007
Youth pledge Drug-Free at YMCA Healthy Kids Day — Valley News
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Type: Press release
Author(s): Noelle North
Source: Valley News
Contributed by: Noelle North on 4/16/2007 Amongst the games and fun at Glendale YMCA's Healthy Kids Day , Drug-Free Marshals, Rachel Lindley and Kierin Simich pledged in 85 youth to live drug-free lives. "The Glendale YMCA did such a good job with the games and health education including the Drug-Free Marshal booth that it was one of the best health fairs I've seen. The fire truck and police car that you could climb into were great and I really liked the ...
Aug 15, 2005
In Rebuttal: Scientology helps people — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Type: Press
Author(s): Helen Campbell
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
In response to the July 24 Post-Gazette news articles "Scientology Comes to Town": As a 60-year resident of Pittsburgh and a 20-year member of the Church of Scientology, I am compelled to set the record straight on your July 24 articles about Scientology. The article missed the help the church and its members are extending to millions around the world, including residents of Pennsylvania. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were a rude awakening for everyone. For many of ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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