On Friday, March 31, 2017, concerned individuals from across America will join with health care professionals in Washington D.C. to defend parental rights and civil liberties, including freedom of thought, speech and conscience. We are uniting to call out the corporatized mainstream media for manufacturing “fake news” that distorts the truth about environmental toxins, unsafe food and vaccine risks, which endangers our right to know and freedom to choose how we protect our health.

We are Taking a Stand for Truth and Freedom in Washington D.C.

  • To protest the corporatized mainstream media’s biased coverage and demonization of anyone who advocates for safer vaccines or defends the legal right to make informed, voluntary vaccine choices.
  • To protest the exploitation of the people by the chemical and pharmaceutical industries that have poisoned our environment and compromised our health for profit.
  • ​To protest the liability shield that Congress has given to drug companies to protect them from accountability in a court of law when government mandated vaccines injure or kill us or our children.

We are calling on our elected representatives in state legislatures and in Congress to protect our parental rights and civil liberties and to restore Truth, Integrity, and Transparency in Government agencies responsible for ensuring the public health and safety in America.

Join us IF you believe that you – not Big Pharma or the government – should decide what is best for you and your children.

​Join us IF you recognize that the corporatized mainstream media is ignoring and withholding the truth when it comes to the evidence that our environment and our food and vaccine supplies have been seriously compromised.

MEET at Lafayette Park and the Vaccine Court in front of the White House at 8 a.m.
PROTEST at the National Press Club from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
MARCH to the U.S. Capitol at 12 noon
RALLY at Union Square at the U.S. Capitol from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Speakers Include: Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Dr. Brian Hooker, Dr. Paul Thomas, Barbara Loe Fisher, Del Bigtree, Tony Muhammad, Marcella Piper-Terry, Sheila Lewis Ealey, and many others.

Links to register and the latest news is found on the Facebook Page.