Ice cream and military recruiters

Local governments around the United States are fingerprinting people who drive ice cream trucks for no good reason (they think they’re perverts), which I wrote about for VICE.

Military recruiters are also dishonest creeps who have data on millions of Americans, which I also wrote about for VICE.

About Charles Davis

A writer and producer with whose work has aired on television and radio and been published by outlets such as Al Jazeera, The Intercept, The Nation and The New Republic.
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1 Response to Ice cream and military recruiters

  1. jopila says:

    In your writing about the military access to student information – I am pretty sure the NCLB act lets them have information on children in “secondary” schools. Which in most states would be 9-12th grade. The recruiters may only choose 11-12th graders to solicit – but the law allows more. My local secondary school is actually 7-12th grade. That is scary. I have worked hard and made no friends to change access to students at my local secondary school. Took years to do it.
    Thanks for the good article.

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