FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 18, 2010 – [Washington, DC] – All 50 United States Capitols and several countries to host the 3rd Annual ***NATIONWIDE*** Fatherless Day Rallies. This nationwide event will allow people from all across the country and all walks of life to express their concerns with America’s family court system.
Fathers, mothers, grandparents and children will unite on June 18th at their State Capitols from 12 noon till 4pm demanding family law reform.
America’s family courts are causing millions of children undue suffering as a result of rulings which result in one parent, usually the father, being cut out of their children’s lives. These actions against our children are nothing less than child abuse, the results of which we are just now realizing all across this country. Children from fatherless homes account for 63% of youth suicides, 70% of juveniles in state operated institutions, 85% of all children that exhibit behavioral disorders and 71% of all high school dropouts. These statistics are just a sample of the adverse effects these rulings are having on our society. The impact is both socially and economically devastating. What kind of future will our children face without these issues being successfully addressed?
Equally shared parenting legislation for both fit and willing parents, family court reform and judicial accountability are now mandatory if we are to ever have any semblance of normalcy within our society. These actions will result in what truly is the best interest of our children. Literally everyone, except for those who receive financial compensation for these acts of child abuse agree, “Our children need BOTH fit and willing parents as active participants in their lives”
Organizations across the country that are sponsoring this event are: Fathers 4 Justice, Families 4 Justice, Parental Alienation Awareness Organization, Dads of Michigan, Fathers Day Demonstration, Family Preservation Festival and the DC Rally For Family Rights. A wide variety of speakers from across the country will be attending. They will be addressing the injustice of the family court, CPS, foster care and more…
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