News Releases and March Permit Underway for May 3rd Parent March on Washington: Get Onboard!

Our March permit application has been received by the Metropolitan Police in Washington and is being processed. Such applications must be received 15 days before the event, so we’re all set there. Following that, news releases were sent to major media. We are asking everyone to copy that release reproduced below and submit it along with our March summary to all local and national media contacts you may have. The summary is found in our last post but it can be omitted (the last line of the release) if problematic on your end.

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Parenting Rights Institute

NEWS  RELEASE

To:       All Media and Interested Parties

From:   Parenting Rights Institute

Re:       Parent March on Washington

Date:   March 20, 2019

Contact:  Institute Director, Dr. Leon R. Koziol at (315) 796-4000

Months in the making, the Parent March on Washington has now become a three-day event due to the variety of victims, advocates and reform groups projected to attend. This March was conceived in response to the near daily attention being given to illegal immigrant parents separated from their children while American parents are routinely separated or permanently alienated from their children without cause in our nation’s divorce and family courts. The current antiquated child custody system is the principal cause, and it is supported by Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. Incentive funds reward the states by the number and size of support collections they achieve. The Act’s “custody mandate” fuels this funding and it obstructs progressive shared parenting laws. The overall harm to families makes this a national concern.

The needless controversy which this funding scheme promotes in these courts causes further damage to our society in the form of criminality, violence, productivity and premature deaths. Our government is actually funding a silent epidemic, and organizers of this March are calling upon Congress to conduct oversight hearings and our Justice Department to investigate human rights violations that are occurring without accountability as a result. On May 1, 2019, at 10 am, a Parent Vehicle Caravan will start at Liberty Park, Jersey City, and end at Veterans Memorial in Washington. On May 2, 2019, a lobby initiative in Congress will alert all members to our March and requests. On May 3, 2019, the Parent March will begin in front of the White House at 1 pm and end at the Supreme Court steps. Permit applications are already in progress.

A copy of our March Summary is attached for more details.

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