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Generation Rescue and Autism One Kickoff The Stay At Home Moms March in NJ

Moving-forward CALLING ALL WARRIOR MOMS & DADS!
THE STAY-AT-HOME MOMS MARCH
TAKES TO THE STREETS
BEGINNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16!
 
NEW JERSEY VACCINATION CHOICE RALLY & STAY-AT-HOME-MOMS MARCH  

Autism One  and Generation Rescue are delighted to join with you to begin a new era of autism advocacy that takes to the streets - your streets - to bring our message directly to the people who are causing - and profiting from - the epidemic.

The Stay-At-Home-Moms March is the start of the biggest autism uprising ever. The March begins with the "New Jersey Rallies for Choice" event on Friday, October 16 . . . There is no end date - we are not going away. The March is a campaign that will continue as long as necessary to end the epidemic, find justice for our children, and hold those accountable responsible for their actions.

Autism is the number one pediatric health crisis in the world today. Our community has waited and waited and waited for those in positions of power to protect the health of our children as the rates of autism and other chronic childhood diseases go up and up and up. We are not waiting any longer.

Welcome to the kickoff event of the Stay-at-Home Moms March. This Friday, October 16, starting at 4:00 pm in Wayne, New Jersey, at William Paterson University, Life Health Choices and the NJ Coalition for Vaccination Choice conjunction with Generation Rescue and AutismOne takes to the streets.

The "Freedom of Choiceā€¯ rally demands vaccination choice. New Jersey was the first state to mandate the flu shot as a condition of daycare and preschool admission, and other states are lining up to join the effort to mandate flu shots. This is not acceptable! We will not stand for it.

CALL TO ACTION
This is your chance to march for choice in New Jersey, the front lines of the vaccination choice debate. Join with us outside of the Shea Performing Arts Center on the William Paterson University campus. Rally with us outside of the New Jersey gubernatorial televised debate and send a strong and urgent message that we are no longer willing to have our health choices dictated to us. Learn more about the rally HERE.

STAY-AT-HOME-MOMS MARCH  
Autism One and Generation Rescue are delighted to join with you to begin a new era of autism advocacy that takes to the streets - your streets - to bring our message directly to the people who are causing - and profiting from - the epidemic.

The Stay-At-Home-Moms March is the start of the biggest autism uprising ever. The March begins with the "New Jersey Rallies for Choice" event on Friday, October 16 . . . There is no end date - we are not going away. The March is a campaign that will continue as long as necessary to end the epidemic, find justice for our children, and hold those accountable responsible for their actions.

Autism is the number one pediatric health crisis in the world today. Our community has waited and waited and waited for those in positions of power to protect the health of our children as the rates of autism and other chronic childhood diseases go up and up and up. We are not waiting any longer.

The March is a grassroots national neighborhood campaign holding events, seminars, and rallies to protest, picket, and fight to take back the health of our country. We will join with other like-minded organizations and individuals to weave a tapestry of change.
We recognize parents often do not have the option to travel to other parts of the country to fight for their rights. It's not a liability, it's a strength - hence the name Stay-at-Home Moms March.

In every town, city, village and hamlet across the country children are getting sicker and their parents are getting madder. LEARN MORE HERE. JOIN THE MARCH! CLICK HERE. SIGNUP BELOW IN AREA(S) THAT INTEREST YOU!

Comments

Teri

Hi Michelle: You asked about the term "stay-at-home moms." So often, moms and dads are intensively caring for their children, driving to therapies and medical appointments, running home educational/behavioral programs, working outside the home, juggling finances, etc., etc., etc. to such an extent that it is challenging for them to fly to events in Washington, DC, or travel to their state capital. Yet these same parents may very much want to be more involved in advocacy and to support or spearhead local initiatives to effect positive change. There are many ways to help closer to home.

Michelle

Can someone explain the name of this march to me "Stay at home moms" - what the heck does that mean?

mary peck

A minor quibble perhaps, but what about calling it the "Stay At Home Parents" march instead to be more inclusive to the SAHDs.

bensmyson

The CDC study released in 2000, the one that gave us the 1 in 150 number, showed back then that New Jersey had a one in 100 8 year-olds diagnosed with autism, two times the number found in West Virginia. NJ seemed to have been the autism epicenter in 2000.

http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss5601a1.htm

Go get'm gals!

maggie

Awesome!!!

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