CALA NY Participates in Mothers Day March, Speakout and Candlelight Vigil in Washington, D.C.

On this Mothers Day 2011, mothers who lost custody of their children in family courts as a direct result of trying to protect their children from abuse, gathered with supporters for a march, speakout and candlelight vigil in Washington, D.C. 

Along with Mothers of Lost Children, supporters of this historic march include 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 ExcellenceTalia Carner, Linda Marie Sacks, American Mothers Political Party 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 Mothers 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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