Family Court Protest- to commemorate Parental Alienation Awareness Day
A peaceful protest to commemorate Parental Alienation Awareness Day
On April 25, 2007 Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons issued a Certificate of Recognition for Parental Alienation Awareness stating “with awareness comes education and understanding, in stopping the abuse of innocent children caught in the crossfire of the people the love” to Shawn Evans, President and Founder or PASSAGE.
P.A.S.S.A.G.E. an acronym for Parental Alienation Syndrome Support Awareness Group and Education is a nonprofit organization that assists those involved with the Family Court issues such as divorce and custody, as well as assisting the children who are being alienated from their parents either by the custodial parent or the Family Court System itself.
This April 26, 2010, during the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00pm PASSAGE will be holding a protest outside the Clark County Family Courts to commemorate Parental Alienation Awareness. The Family Courts is located at 601 North Pecos, N. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Anyone that has ever had issues with the Family Courts or knows of someone who has is welcomed to attend and participate in this peaceful protest. So bring your signs and energy and lets make a difference.
In 2007 PASSAGE held a Protest with C.R.I.S.P.E. (Children’s Rights Initiative To Share Parenting Equally) and though Channel 8 was there for the entire protest we received only 3 seconds in the air from Paula Francis when she reported, “Disenfranchised Families Protest the Family Courts” nothing else was said on the matter. This year we need an event like no other. We need to tell the judges to start looking out for the Best Interest of the Children. We do not need another Syber Wells, because judges decide to look the other way.
For more information about the protest or PASSAGE or if you would like more information on how you can help support this cause please contact Shawn Evans at 702-506-6531 or contact him at evans.passagegroup@
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PASSAGE-nonprofit organization that assists those involved with the Family Court issues such as divorce and custody, as well as assisting the children who are being alienated from their parents either by the custodial parent or the Family Court System itse
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