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#ParentRising Sept. 13: CHD Advocacy Team Organizes National Walk-Out Week to Protest Vaccine, Mask Mandates

By  Aimee Villella McBride Stephanie Locricchio

During the week-long event, beginning Sept. 13, parents and educators across the U.S. will engage in peaceful noncompliance activities to remind government officials that individuals should have the final say when it comes to their health.

Parents and educators across the U.S. will participate in the coordinated week-long event focused on peaceful non-compliance, to remind government officials that individuals should have the final say when it comes to their health.

Participants in Walk-Out Week are urged to keep their children home from school and organize with like-minded parents to show up at local schools and state education departments in peaceful protest.

Parents can also work with other local parents to explore alternative schooling.

 Educators, teachers and staff members are urged to stay home from work and pressure unions to protect your right to choose

CHD’s advocacy team invites everyone to participate in the week-long walk-out and also to sign this pledge.

“Parents around the country are fed up with mask mandates imposed by schools, especially after a summer of normalcy in most states where children have been enjoying summer activities maskless,” said Aimee Villella McBride, CHD advocacy liaison.

“Teachers, educators and staff who prefer choice when it comes to masks, vaccines or weekly testing also are frustrated with their state government overreach and lack of support from their unions for choice,” McBride said.

As the  2021-2022 school year approaches, more states are mandating masks, even school districts that previously left it up to personal choice. There is disparity across the nation, while some states mandate, others — such as Texas, Florida and Arizona — are prohibiting mandates, while other states are leaving up to the discretion of each school.



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