CALA NY Participates in Million Mom March Mother’s Day 2011 in Washington DC

Sunday, May 8, Mothers Day 2011, the Million Mom March has gathered participants and supporters for mothers who lost custody of their children in Family Courts across America.  Mothers of Lost Children included Linda Marie Sacks representing the American Mothers Political Party.

Representative, and other valuable organizers have been present in this historic march, including NOW Foundation Family Law Ad Hoc Committee, Leadership Council, Justice For Children, Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment & Appeals Project, Stop Family Violence, Battered Mothers Custody Conference, Randi James, Protective Parents for Children’s Rights, California Protective Parent Association, Center for Judicial Excellence, Family Court in America, Talia Carner, and The Coalition Against Legal Abuse.

Tourists and visitors on Capital Hill read the banners with great interest, and displayed absolute shock at the horrors that they were exposed to. People still cannot believe that courts will rip babies away from their mothers, and court order them to live with their abusive or pedophile fathers.

One mother had a poster exclaiming, “792 since I have seen my son”, while other posters had political messages to the President and First Lady, Michelle Obama.

This year saw the participation of Linda Marie Sacks, a mother who has filed a landmark case in the US Supreme Court on the eve of mother’s day. Our prayers are directed to Linda Marie in her pursuit of a favorable decision. This case will pave the road for mothers across America who have the strength and resolve to fight. “Mommy, please do not ever stop fighting for us”. We won’t. We love you too much!

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11 Responses to CALA NY Participates in Million Mom March Mother’s Day 2011 in Washington DC

  1. Annie,

    Thank you so much for this.

    While it’s been encouraging to see New York journalists investigating and reporting this issue, as long as those working in the national mainstream media won’t – or can’t – inform the public about this national scandal, we’ll have to do their work for them.

  2. Shannon Wilson says:

    It is too bad the Million Moms March wasn’t held. If they would have showed up during the day the whole day could have been swamped with visible moms in trouble. Hopefully next year they will do something. The vigil that Mothers of Lost Children was very powerful and look forward to another event soon.

    • Shannon,
      Its too bad that the moms can not unite as one. That is what needs to be done. MOMs are one not separate. AMPP’s goal of MMM was to get ‘feet in the street.’ To support all moms and support each other. As long as moms have to divide and separate, the longer the holocaust will go on.

      UNITE UNITE!! GREAT JOB CALA NY for being there and reporting and sharing with others!!!!! That is unity!! I am spreading this to all blogs be ready for ping backs!!

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  6. Mom4Life says:

    Awesome job to the Moms that could be there when others that couldn’t afford to go! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

    To Shannon Wilson: go back and re-read the beginning of this post: “Sunday, May 8, Mothers Day 2011, the Million Mom March has gathered participants and supporters for mothers who lost custody of their children in Family Courts across America.”

    I don’t know who you think you are but you are NO advocate of any mother who has lost if you intend on saying inflammatory remarks on the tireless efforts of others.

  7. mamaliberty says:

    Thank to all that made Mother’s Day 2011 in DC a success! Even though I could not be there in physical presence I was with you in spirit at all times!

    My candles stayed lit throughout the night on Mother’s Day as I thought and prayed for all the Moms actively fighting every day to see their children will soon be reunited!

    A HUGE thank you to Linda Marie Sacks for being the purest of heart and representing all American Moms who love and respect you for all that you are but most importantly the Mother who took it all the way to the Supreme Court!

    You have blazed the pathway for others that have the same tenacity as you , that are able to walk right up the steps of the Supreme Court and let the world and your daughters know that you NEVER gave up!

  8. Rosa Pettengill says:

    It’s an expensive trip with gas prices as high as they are, the tolls were very high, we spent $170 just on tolls. Then food prices and hotel was another added expense. I can see why it wasn’t well attended as it was expensive to get to DC. However, the few of us who where there, made up for all the moms that could not be. I’m sure they were there in spirit! Events need to be advertised. I was wondering if we can get ads out there for free via a powerful newspaper for free?

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