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BUFFALO MAYOR COMMENDS TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS VOLUNTEERS

BUFFALO, NEW YORKWEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 2017

The Foundation for a Drug-Free World and the Lifesavers youth group marched in Buffalo’s University District Parade to raise awareness on drugs.

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RECORD NUMBER PLEDGE TO LIVE DRUG-FREE

QUITO, ECUADORTUESDAY, JULY 18, 2017

A 5K race organized by the National Police of Ecuador in partnership with the Church of Scientology Freewinds religious retreat at sea sets a Guinness World Record while promoting drug-free living.

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FOUNDATION URGES GREATER SUPPORT OF DRUG EDUCATION BY OSCE

VIENNA, AUSTRIAMONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

At an OSCE conference July 10-11, Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe stressed the importance of drug education in addressing the drug crisis affecting Member States.

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VIENNESE ANTI-DRUG VOLUNTEERS SUPPORT U.N. CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

VIENNA, AUSTRIAMONDAY, JULY 17, 2017

The Austria chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free Europe brings the country’s drug prevention strategy to life in the streets of Vienna.

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GAUTENG PARENTS LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS

GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICAWEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017

Drug-Free World workshop organized by Mothers Against Drugs (MAD) group at the Dutch Reformed Church of Kloofendal in Roodepoort, South Africa, gave parents vital information on how to speak about drugs to their children.

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VOLUNTEERS THANKED FOR DECADES OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY

MARKHAM, ONTARIOWEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017

Markham mayor and city council issue proclamation backing the work of drug prevention activists.

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BRINGING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER TO TACKLE THE DRUG CRISIS

BRUSSELS, BELGIUMMONDAY, JULY 10, 2017

Churches of Scientology for Europe hosts “Say No to Drugs—Say Yes to Life” open house on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. Community leaders introduced to effective drug prevention initiative to help bring the drug epidemic under control.

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CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF SERVICE TO BATON ROUGE, CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY DEDICATES NEW LOUISIANA HOME

BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANASATURDAY, JULY 8, 2017

Launching a new era of spiritual freedom in the Bayou State with a stunning Church of Scientology Mission July 8 was a red-letter day for Louisiana, as leaders in the state’s capital welcomed the Scientology Mission of Baton Rouge to its new, expanded home.

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CHEFS’ SHOWCASE—GREAT FOOD FOR A GREAT CAUSE

CLEARWATER, FLORIDAWEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 2017

Fifth Annual Chefs’ Showcase at Clearwater’s Fort Harrison raises the bar on food and wine while raising funds for charity At the Fifth Annual Chefs’ Showcase in Clearwater, Florida, connoisseurs from across the Tampa Bay region were treated to the best in cuisine and the incomparable service and am

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND OPEN HOUSE TARGETS PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIAWEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 2017

Scientologists marked International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking with drug prevention focusing on the prescription drug abuse epidemic.

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CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY HOSTS DRUG PREVENTION CONFERENCE

ATLANTA, GEORGIASUNDAY, JULY 2, 2017

An open house on International Day Against Drug Abuse June 26 at the Church of Scientology Atlanta featured the Georgia Foundation for a Drug-Free World and motivational speaker James Brown.

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RUSSIAN VOLUNTEERS REACH YOUTH WITH THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS

CHELYABINSK, RUSSIAFRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017

Just east of the Ural Mountains, on the border of Europe and Asia, drug prevention activists in the town of Chelyabinsk are capitalizing on the season's long days and mild weather to reach youth with the truth about drugs.

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UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL HEARS TESTIMONY ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN MEXICO

GENEVA, SWITZERLANDFRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017

The Church of Scientology European Public Affairs and Human Rights Office organizes presentation on plight of victims of human trafficking in Mexico.

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DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE WORKSHOP HELPS COMMUNITY REACH OUT TO YOUTH

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIAMONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017

For maximum impact in the fight against drug abuse and addiction, the Nashville Church of Scientology hosted a Drug-Free Tennessee drug prevention training workshop in honor of International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

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SCIENTOLOGY BACKS DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE WITH INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIAMONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017

Scientology Churches worldwide support International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking and the motto for this year's campaign—“Listen First: Listening to children and youth is the first step to help them grow healthy and safe.

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CITIZENS GROUP DEMANDS AN END TO PSYCHIATRIC ABUSE

PARIS, FRANCETHURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2017

Citizens Commission on Human Rights protests psychiatric brutality and crime at a protest march and rally June 10 in Paris. The sound of drums and angry voices chanting in unison June 10 signaled a march through the center of Paris.

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UNLIMITED HORIZONS: THE FREEWINDS MAIDEN VOYAGE ANNIVERSARY RECAPS TRANSCENDENT 12 MONTHS FOR SCIENTOLOGY

THE CARIBBEANTUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2017

The world’s most dedicated Scientologists cast off for a week-long cruise to celebrate successes and set the agenda for an expansive year across the seven seas.

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SCIENTOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL TASK FORCE AT THE SEATTLE SPRING CLEAN EVENT

SEATTLE, WASHINGTONTUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2017

The Seattle Chapter of the Way to Happiness Foundation and the Scientology Environmental Task Force join in Seattle’s 30th annual “Spring Clean.

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ART CONTEST PROMOTES EDUCATION AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT

DUBLIN, IRELANDTHURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2017

Young artists honored at Human Rights Art Contest Awards ceremony in Dublin, organized by the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office of Ireland and Youth for Human Rights International.

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FLORIDA KIDS AT RISK, PARENTS NEED TO KNOW THEIR RIGHTS, SAYS CCHR

CLEARWATER, FLORIDATHURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2017

Citizens Commission on Human Rights says more than 32,000 Florida children and teens were sent for involuntary psychiatric examination last year—with or without parental consent.

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