The above video provides a wonderfully balanced presentation of parent alienation and the extensive corruption which is being suppressed in our nation’s divorce and family courts. It comes from a book publishing standpoint and supports the need for our March on Washington
By Dr. Leon Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
For too long now, we have been inundated with media stories about the horrific separation of illegal alien parents from their children at the border. Meanwhile no concern or compassion has been shown by our own government for American parents lawfully residing here who are being separated in far greater numbers in our nation’s divorce and family courts.
It’s long past the time for us to take a stand on this, to set the priorities straight in Washington. That is why the Parenting Rights Institute is being joined by parental advocates, court victims and reform groups from across the country for a March on Washington, May 3rd beginning at 1 pm at the White House and ending at the Supreme Court. There is also a Parent Vehicle Caravan proposed to start at Liberty Park, New Jersey on May 1, 2019 at 10 am ending at the Veterans Memorial in Washington.
We are hoping to elicit similar caravans from other cities with tractor trailers, bikers and family vehicles to send a four hour (driving time) message to national media and the public. On May 2nd we are conducting a lobby initiative to bring additional attention to this March the next day.
It is a three day affair to end parental alienation, family court corruption, persecution of good fathers and a request for a congressional hearing and investigation of Title IV-D funding abuses. You can get a one minute video summary by clicking here or a more detailed itinerary by clicking here. For an inspirational aspect to our march, check out our historical applications.
Please join us every Thursday on a nationwide conference call to promote these events. Call (605) 313-4165 at 7 pm EST and punch in the access code 763491 when prompted. No war stories, negativity, vulgarity or personal attacks. This is a very serious and professional undertaking which is building momentum with each passing day.
Here is an opening excerpt from a report by the Parenting Rights Institute which will be distributed to event participants, media and key members of Congress in coming days: