Parent March on Washington, May 1-3, 2019: Final Itinerary


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Parent March on Washington

A 3-Day Event Promoting a Federal Investigation of Human Rights Violations and Funding Abuses in Divorce and Family Courts

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 – American Parent Caravan: 10 am, Liberty State Park, Jersey City ending at the Beltway, Washington D.C. Bikers, vehicles and truckers will make a 4-5 hour ride along I-95 to shift national focus to parents wrongfully separated from their children in our own courts.

At 5 pm, Meet and Greet at 21st Amendment Lounge, Holiday Inn Capitol, 550 C Street SW followed by a 7pm Strategy Session at the Congressional Ballroom in the same hotel to receive and assign lobby packets for Lobby Day.

Thursday, May 2, 2019 – Lobby Day: Participants will deliver lobby packets and converge on congressional office buildings. Others will attend prearranged meetings with their representatives and staffers.

At 7 pm, at the same Congressional Ballroom a few blocks from Congress, a Speaker’s event will occur followed by a progress report of Lobby Day. Admission is free but seating may become limited.

Friday, May 3, 2019 – Parent March on Washington:

Noon- Marchers will begin assembling at Lafayette Square Park on the north side of the White House. Our message there is a request of the president to order a Justice Department investigation of human rights violations in family courts which receive federal funds. We are also requesting a shared parenting bill. At 1 pm, the March begins with a police escort down an entire lane of Pennsylvania Avenue to Constitution Ave NE, a right turn onto First Street where the Supreme Court is located.

The March will conclude across from that court at Area 10 behind the Capitol. There a rally will occur with speakers relating their ordeals to media. A major focus at the rally is parental alienation. Get updated information at or our Facebook Page, Parent March on Washington. You can also call Leon’s cell number at (315) 796-4000. A Candle Light Vigil will end our event at Area One on the west side of the Capitol at 7:30 pm.

The following video is short but sweet regarding a mom and dad victimized by parental alienation. Completed spontaneously in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania in 2016, it has generated interest all across America. It presents an ideal summary of what we are trying to correct in Washington.

We need you now, while there’s still time, to reach out to victims everywhere to make the trip to Washington for long overdue reforms on May 3rd. Now is the time to make a difference. An opportunity like this may may not come again for decades. You need to make the cold calls, reach out to family and fellow court victims, especially in the D.C. area to get people down to this Friday’s March.