and their most important right is
to be with their Mom and Dad
“A Kid’s Right to BOTH Parents”
First time here? Please check our Goals & Approach. Want to help change the System?
We tried almost every week from Mother’s day to mid September. The use of NonViolent Action was certainly effective in allowing us to carry out actions that normally would not have been tolerated. There could have been dozens of arrests – there were only four. Click here for a complete photo/video journal of activity. We have a Grass Roots Plan for Reform, but we need more people. Not only more parents as spectators, but also willing to visit or call local offices.
Please send in more stories and they’ll be delivered, submission details here.
|What’s it all about? – Check out this brief soup-to-nuts video on why the recognition and protection of Family Rights is so important — and how we make it happen.||NEW Documentary – Struggled to see your kids and family/friends don’t understand? This makes it a lot clearer; also contains interviews with Group Coordinator, John Murtari. Those interviews are located at: 12:25, 36:30, & 55:05 minutes into the movie.|
NEW – April Interview on “The Legal Power Hour” Show – describing what can (and does) go wrong in our current Family Court system.The hosts, Attorney Sara Needy & Mr. Tom Scott, authored a self-help book called “Stack the Legal Odds in Your Favor“
|Prior News reports on our activity:
One of the purposes of NonViolent Action is to raise awareness and sensitivity in the general public. The positive stories we have received confirm the method works — just need more people involved!
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|49 Arrests & 207 days in jail for reform:
The internet makes it easy to type/talk. We’d like to recognize those taking real action in support of reform.
|Our Hall of Shame: Over 190 submissions & you can add yours to the public record!|
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