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Oct 1, 2005 District scrambles to ensure human rights event is religion-free // Officials were unaware of Scientology's role in the international forum at Jordan High in Watts — Los Angeles Times (California)
Los Angeles Times (California)
Los Angeles city school officials were caught off guard this week by the Church of Scientology's role in an upcoming event at a South Los Angeles high school, which, while not illegal, is considered unusual. On Monday, teenagers from about 25 countries are expected to meet with students at Jordan High School in Watts for a conference on human rights. The gathering is part of a three-day event organized by Youth for Human Rights International — a group with close ties ...
Jun 23, 2004 Open Forum // The results behind Narconon's 'Truth About Drugs' program — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Four of the 25 cities selected by federal Drug Czar John Walters as focal points for a national campaign to reduce demand for and abuse of drugs in the United States are in California. According to a chart on illicit drug use among the 25 cities nationwide (www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov), San Francisco had the second highest rate of drug-related emergency-room admissions (8,575) and drug-related arrests (14,351). But one does not need to look at a chart. Walking down the street, stepping over homeless ...
Jan 1, 1999 "When Scholars Know Sin" forum debate / Clarifying contentious issues / A rejoinder to Melton, Shupe, and Lewis / Stephen A. Kent and Theresa Krebs — Skeptic magazine More:
link Jan 1, 1999 "When Scholars Know Sin" forum debate / Kent and Krebs' skepticism crosses the line / Anson Shupe responds — Skeptic magazine More:
link Jan 1, 1999 "When Scholars Know Sin" forum debate / Let the scholar who is without sin cast the first stone / James R. Lewis responds — Skeptic magazine More:
link Jan 1, 1999 "When Scholars Know Sin" forum debate / Mea Culpa! Mea Culpa! / J. Gordon Melton responds — Skeptic magazine More:
link Apr 18, 1996 It Happens // Or does it? When it comes to Landmark Education corporation, there's no meeting of the minds. — Denver Westword News
Denver Westword News
Walter Plywaski placed the blue yarmulke on his head. A Jew by ethnicity but an atheist by choice, he rarely wore the symbol of faith. But it seemed important now, as he stood near a mass burial site for Jews murdered at what had once been the Riederloh "punishment" camp in Germany. Somewhere beneath the stone markers, he believed, were the remains of the father he'd seen beaten to death for cursing an SS commandant in January 1945. Fifty years later, ...
Nov 7, 1985 Editorials of the Sun // Scientologists deserve credit for anti-IRS forum — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More: link
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
The recent anti-Internal Revenue Service forum sponsored by the Church of Scientology may turn out to be a boon to the taxpaying public. While we hold no brief for the Scientologists or their doctrines, we feel it is only fair to spotlight their contributions to the public good. And, although their motives are questionable (the Scientologists have suffered at the hands of the IRS and have a policy of getting even with attackers), they have certainly done the American public a ...
Sep 2, 1968 The Times Forum: A Scientologist on his beliefs — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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