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Children’s March for Humanity on June 17

Approximately 50 percent of American children are chronically ill, one in six have a neurological disorder and over 8 million are being prescribed psychiatric medication. America has the highest infant mortality rate of any industrialized nation.

Children’s March for Humanity (CMFH) is intent on exposing the current crisis the youth of America face today. While mainstream media, medical professionals and government agencies communicate to the public these conditions are normal, CMFH strives to rebuke this conditioning by claiming chronic and neurological conditions such as eczema, allergies, asthma, ADD/ADHD, neurological tics, speech delays, autism, cancer and more are NOT normal.

Once a condition is normalized, discovering root causes is no longer a concern and therefore proper healing and prevention cannot take place. Additionally, the segregation and discrimination taking place across the nation amongst the population of those who choose to decline even a single vaccine is frightening.

On June 17, join the nationwide march/rally taking place in 26 cities (main march in Washington, D.C.) with the local march beginning at Lake Merritt at The Pergola, in Oakland. Family-friendly, there will be speakers, kids’ activities and resources provided to assist families on their journey of discovery.

CMFH’s intent is to offer alternative, holistic approaches for healing existing conditions as well as tools and resources for prevention. They invite the holistic community to join them in this effort to educate the masses in looking outside of pharma for their health needs.

Location: 599 El Embarcadero, Oakland. For more information and registration, visit ChildrensMarchForHumanity.org.

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