A coalition of numerous individuals, organizations, and agencies that grows daily as August draws near, aim to bring solutions to many crises that are affecting America in this landmark event. This event is not to be confused with last year’s successful event, a rally held under the name DC RALLY 2007 and organized largely by Minister Ronald Smith of Children Need Both Parents, Inc. which is scheduled again for 2009.
“Where we have a government that thinks it has the apparent authority to confiscate children at will, as we can see from the recent issues in Texas earlier this year, something needs to be done.” states Lary Holland, one of the organizers of this event. He further states, “we are dealing with a fundamental liberty and civil rights issue that has to be recognized and respected by our government, the protected right of parenthood.”
Various groups across the nation aren’t willing to compromise liberty and let their government run on autopilot any longer. “Somewhere along the lines, the government stopped believing that the Constitution was a restriction on them and not a restriction on the people,” according to Holland. This event will also be welcoming a number of cyclists that are pedaling bicycles from Michigan’s Capitol all the way to Washington DC to support a child’s right to two parents.
For more information about this historic civil rights event, individuals and groups may contact “Write to Parent” at 800-883-9619. Organizations that have not secured their exhibition table can do so through August 8, 2008 by using the toll-free telephone number. Individuals and Organizations looking to attend and participate in the event may obtain the most up to date information for travel, accommodations, and itinerary at the event website at www.dcfestival2008.com.
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