Monday, June 13, 2005

DC Fathers Day March and Demonstration

DC Father's Day Demonstration and March

US Capitol - west side overlooking The Mall
June 18 + 19, 2005

Join us as we hold a weekend long demonstration
on the grounds of the US Capitol. Followed by a
march to the White House on Fathers Day as we
await the return of President Bush on Monday.

For more information:
Web site

Alabama D-Con Demonstration

The Alabama Coalition for Fathers and Children's (ALCFC) elite Family Court D-Contamination Unit will return to action Friday June 17, 2005 from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm at the Jefferson County Family Court located at 120 2nd Court North in Birmingham. The D-Con Unit in full biohazard costumes will symbolize the clean up and neutralization of the terribly flawed court system.

Alan Rusmisel vice-president of ALCFC added,

"This is an on going campaign to provide awareness and educate the public to the abuse by a judicial system that seems to be dedicated to the destruction of families and the separation of children from their parents. We are spreading a message through PEACEFUL direct actions mixed with a bit of fun and humor."

Contact Info:

Web site
Alabama Coalition for Fathers and Children - 205-663-9984
John Kral - President - 205-368-3871
Alan Rusmisel - Vice president - 205-999-7211

Friday, June 10, 2005

Pennsylvania's Annual Fatherless Day Rally

Pennsylvania's Annual Fatherless Day Rally

WHO: Equal Custody and Equal Rights Advocates / Everyone welcome!

WHAT: Fatherlessness

WHEN: 12 Noon, June 17, 2005 Friday

WHERE: Family Division (Divorce) Courthouse,
440 Ross Street, Pittsburgh (Downtown Area)

HOW: Wear regular clothes or wear purple because it is the international color of equality. Wear anything purple: purple wigs, purple capes, purple clothes, purple face paint, purple streamer flags, canister spray can horns, whistles, bells, drums, Santa, Detox, Elvis, Bunny, or superhero outfits, aluminum glitter wigs, purple balloons, giant balloons, bull horns, horns, large pictures of your kids, graduation gowns = judges gowns. Bring posters saying: "We want to see our kids!"

WHY: To support joint custody legislation

INFO: Mens Custody Shelter Network

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Wisconsin Fathers Rally

Wisconsin Fathers Rights Rally 2005
in support of equal rights and responsibilities.

Join us on June 11th, 2005
State Capital, Madison, Wisconsin
from 11am to 1pm.


Steve Blake
WFCF President

James Novak
Author of
"The Wisconsin Father's Guide to Divorce and Custody"
and past president and founding father of WFCF

Dick Woods
Fathers for Equal Rights, Iowa

Albert M. Holmes (invited)
Milwaukee Fatherhood Collaborative

Dr. Brian Palevac
Chiropractic Clinical Neurologist

Steve Walrath
Motivational speaker and author of
"A Divorced Parent's Guide to Seeing Your Kids"

Tamara North and Jodi Roberts
Wisconsin Women for Equality in Family Law
Wisconsin Fathers

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Healing our Families - Time for a Change

If at all possible, don't miss this conference. This is sure to be the most exciting and productive family rights conference of the year!

Michigan's Families and Fathers Conference
~Healing our Families - Time for a Change~
June 17th and 18th, 2005

With key emphasis on the integrity of the parent-child relationship, Healing our Families participants will learn about the specifics of the American family crisis as well as solutions from nationally recognized speakers.

Through presentations, question and answer sessions, networking and conferencing, participants will share their collective knowledge to grasp the dynamics of the current family crisis and substantively contribute to a rigorous national dialogue on reform of our family law system as well as federal and state policies governing our families.

This conference will be a unique, informative and excitng gathering for all who attend.

For information, or to register click

Justice is coming

Sunday, June 05, 2005

A father's love

"I remember the birth of my first born son in September 1986. I remember the pacing of the halls as I anxiously awaited the moment. I remember comforting my wife as best I could through the experience......

I was the proudest papa in the world with the birth of my little boy and cried as he appeared. I was only 21 at the time. Ten fingers, ten toes, his mothers radiance and his father's good looks, what could possibly go wrong?

My son was born two months premature with many complications and so it began. He was immediately moved to the intensive care unit.............

16 days later I finally was able to hold him for the first time. I held him close to my heart, my tears falling upon his face, I kissed his forehead and told him I would forever love him as he breathed his last breath............"

This is a note I received from my friend Burnaby Batman. I'm sharing it, with his permission, because it clearly shows that fathers love their children deeply, and even when they are separated, in this case by death, they do not forget about them.

B.Bat can be found here Fathers4Justice-Canada

Justice is coming

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