RESILENCY AND MORAL COURAGE
"UNLESS WOMEN ARE PREPARED TO FIGHT POLICALLY, THEY MUST BE CONTENT TO BE IGNORED POLITICALLY."
ALICE PAUL, AUTHOR OF THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
Our mission is to advocate for abused mothers and children in child custody cases, and bring those concerns to the mainstream by coordinating and educating elected officials, legislators, appointed officials, and mainstream advocacy groups to make progress on women's rights, children's rights, and the right to be protected from violence and coercion. We seek justice and to bring about long needed change to the current injustice system.
Every week, we mobilize our teams of volunteers to make a real difference. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on change.
Our organization is dedicated to working within the community to create opportunities, connecting resources with our members needs. We are in this struggle together. Together we will fight for justice, and healing with moral courage and a resilient spirit. Contact us and we will help find you the resources that you need to have a resilient spirit and achieve justice.
Need training? or want to join or plan a day at your state Capitol or come to Washington DC.
We are happy to send you a press kit or pdf upon request at firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Family Court Watch Project is dedicated to providing an impartial assessment of the effectiveness of family courts in dealing with custody, visitation, support and property issues. This project focuses on how well child protection and family violence concerns are resolved.
"I could not have gotten through this without your help. Knowing their are people who get it, who know that I'm a good mom and I'm being unfairly treated has helped me
so much! Thank you Mothers' for your help"
"Abusive fathers are more likely to seek custody of their children as a way of regaining control"
ChildUSA- The thinktank for Child Protection
Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) v. United States of America. Lenahan, whose daughters were abducted by her estranged husband in 1999 and killed after the police repeatedly refused to enforce her domestic violence restraining order against him
in June 2005 when the United States Supreme Court found that Ms. Lenahan had no constitutional right to police enforcement of her restraining order.
Traditionally we demonstrate in October and April/May recognizing National Domestic Violence Awareness, Child Abuse, and Mother's Day our protests provide education for Congressional Members and Press