Miracles Outreach fifth annual fashion show and gala raises funds to give hope and a home to Florida children who have been homeless, abused and victims of human trafficking.
A UK human rights group is incensed over psychiatrists labeling normal childhood behavior as psychiatric disorders.
Award winning staffing agency, Daycare Staffers Placement Agency is holding an Open House in Washington, DC on July 15th, 2017.
Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC's The Profit and CEO of Camping World, is selected for his
passionate commitment to improving the lives of children
Parental Alienation Awareness Lobby Day & Rally is scheduled for April 25th in Lansing, MI
An open letter from advocacy leaders asks: "Will Whole Foods CEO 'Get Real' About Sexual Assault Awareness Month?" John Mackey to lead "Get Real" session at Conscious Capitalism 2017 conference in Philadelphia, April 18-20
The New York Times first reported Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's association with spiritual leader Marc Gafni, a former rabbi accused of sexual abuse. The Times reported Gafni describing one of his accusers: "She was 14 going on 35, and I never forced her." The Washington Post reported on protests at Whole Foods stores in NYC and LA. Mackey issued a statement of loyalty to Gafni.
Advokids launches awareness campaign for National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Nonprofit Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR) is joining advocacy groups to lead a protest at Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's San Francisco speech. Advocates urge Mackey to disavow spiritual leader, former rabbi, alleged sex abuser Marc Gafni. The NY Times first reported Mackey's affiliation with Gafni. Mackey is the scheduled keynote speaker at a Conscious Capitalism Bay Area Conference.
Advocacy groups are organizing a protest at a speech by Whole Foods CEO John Mackey in San Francisco. Leaders urge Mackey to disavow spiritual teacher Marc Gafni. The New York Times reported Mackey's association with Gafni, a former rabbi accused of sexual abuse. The Washington Post reported previous protests at Whole Foods stores in New York City and Los Angeles. Mackey declared loyalty to Gafni.
130 advocates addressed an open letter to board members of Whole Foods Market and Conscious Capitalism, Inc., the nonprofit founded by Whole Foods CEO John Mackey. Signers object to Mackey's association with alleged sex abuser, spiritual leader Marc Gafni, as reported by The NY Times. Advocacy organizations include Faculty Against Rape (FAR) and National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV).
International psychiatric watchdog group Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), an American civil rights leader and South African Khoisan royalty join forces at Cape Town rally to demand the World Psychiatric Association put an end to the potentially lethal drugging of South African children.
Where are these children? And how is this still happening?
Advocates for survivors of sexual assault, including Matthew Sandusky, son of Jerry Sandusky, urge Perez to "change the culture" in his speech at Conscious Capitalism in Austin this week. Open Letter RE: Whole Foods CEO, Conscious Capitalism founder John Mackey's support of alleged sex abuser Marc Gafni who described one of his accusers: "She was 14 going on 35," as first reported by The NY Times.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights Florida protests at Florida Psychiatric Society annual meeting
With child drugging on the rise and the FDA's failure to enforce their own regulations on clinical trials, a new exhibit opens amid controversy in Seattle.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) demands an investigation into link between antidepressants and teen suicides.
Abuse groups, Jewish leaders to stage coordinated protests at Whole Foods in NYC and LA on May 25 -- to coincide with the chain's first 365 store launch in SoCal. Nonprofits SNAP (of Spotlight film), Peaceful Hearts Foundation (founded by Matthew Sandusky, adopted and abused son of Penn State pedophile Jerry Sandusky) and NAASCA to join Jewish leaders to protest Whole Foods co-CEO John Mackey's ties to Marc Gafni, former rabbi with "a troubled past," as reported by The New York Times.