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Welcome to the Advocacy Hub

The Advocacy Hub is a user-friendly, print-ready resource hub to help you be a walking, talking, billboard for freedom. Amplify your commitment to informed choice with resources that will make an impact.

We know the truth and we stand for the truth. Join the movement of parents, grandparents and concerned citizens around the globe uniting to preserve medical freedom and parental choice. The Children’s Health Defense (CHD) Advocacy Hub is your one-stop source for everything you need to effectively organize and advocate in your local community.

Use the resources below to fight COVID mandates in your community and learn more about CHD’s battles and victories:

The heart of an advocate is one of service and purpose. Advocacy is a calling, a labor of love. You don’t choose the issue, the issue chooses you. This calling changes everything — who you are, who you surround yourself with and the direction your life takes.

Children’s Health Defense honors our advocates and coalition partners all over the globe. We recognize the power of collaboration and honor your contribution to making the world a better place for our children and future generations.

Organizing and unifying are the most important actions we can take. We must work together to educate, empower and inspire others as we fight for the human rights of this and future generations.

The Advocacy Hub is your one-stop source to access all the tools and information you need to be the change you wish to see in the world. Check out the campaigns below to access our ready-made advocacy-in-a-box resources.

View our featured campaigns to see how you can effectively organize and advocate in your local community:

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Stop Mandates:
Resources for fighting COVID mandates in school and the workplace ›
Worldwide Walkouts:
Connecting activists around the globe ›
Show Up Strong:
Use your voice to influence elected officials and state laws ›
It’s Time to Follow the Science
Campaign against EUA of Pfizer vaccine for young children ›
Protect Our Children:
Parents Are
Watching
Campaign against EUA of Pfizer vaccine for young children ›

1. Stop the Mandates Toolbox

Mandates have no place in a free country. If you’re being coerced or bullied to get vaccinated in order to keep your job or send your child to school, check out the resources available to fight COVID mandates.

2. Worldwide Walkouts

These days — while businesses are open, fewer places are requiring “papers” to enter and we’re seeing more free faces — we’ve learned that mandates can still happen anytime — anywhere. Don’t let your guard down! You can organize a Walkout in your community anytime using these resources.

3. Show Up Strong

Your elected officials work for you and need to hear from you often. Whether they’re in session or not, your legislators need to know where their constituents stand on health freedom issues. This is also true on the community level — your county commissioners, city council, board of health, board of education, etc., also need to hear your voice! Here you will find tips and tools for effective communication with your state and community politicians.

4. Follow the Science

Visit this page for a plethora of sources to back you up in your advocacy. You’ll find information you can use in any of these campaigns, including lists of sources, social media memes and videos to share, as well as pocket guides you can take with you to help educate people:

Pocket Guide Vaccine Safety

Flyer with information for Follow the Science Vaccines Front back page of flyer for Follow the Science Vaccines Flyer Back

Black-and-white version.

Pocket Guide Mask Science

Information on a flyer for science about wearing face masks

Black-and-white version.

5. Parents Are Watching

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) wants to grant emergency use authorization to Pfizer’s BioNTech vaccine for babies aged 6 months and children up to 5 years old, despite a lack of safety and efficacy to support its use. Standing in their way are concerned parents, grandparents and citizens. Parents are watching, and it’s our duty to protect the children from captured agencies and Big Pharma.

6. Defender Days

Knowledge is power. Many people have fallen victim to the “safe and effective” mantra and one conversation with you can change everything for them. If you know the truth you must be willing to share it. Visit this page to become a “Defender of Truth” in your community. Organize with local community members and head out to high traffic, high visibility areas in your neighborhood to educate people using the resources CHD provides. Download posters, stickers, signs and handouts like these to use in your community advocacy efforts:

Front and back images of flyer about vaccines and children.  

Flyer titled: Don't Be Coerced with image of the back of a QR code on the back of a child's neck. 

Image of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. speaking outdoors with microphone — includes a quote

You Are Ready NOW to Be a Defender of Truth, Freedom and Children’s Health

Some important reminders as you begin your advocacy journey:

  1. Lead with your “why.” This work is soul work. It takes courage and willingness to be uncomfortable. Your reason for doing this work is the most important part of your advocacy. Often, people don’t remember what you said but how you made them feel. Lead with love, ask thoughtful questions and be committed to having the conversation without any attachment to a specific outcome. The only way we win is through lovingly planting seeds of truth.
  2. Identify your superpower. Each of us has a certain magic and skill set to apply to this movement. There is no one winning strategy or solution. It takes the efforts and collaboration of the collective to overcome tyranny and restore democracy. Using your natural talents to create forward momentum for the issues of importance does make a difference. Whether you’re at the barricades holding your sign, presenting at your board of education meeting, lobbying at your statehouse or behind the scenes making phone calls and sending emails — we are all working toward one common goal.
  3. Procrastination is the enemy of progress. You do not need to know everything to do something. The Advocacy Hub provides done-for-you social media graphics, informational handouts, rally posters, stickers and so much more so you can join the movement of parents on a mission to ensure a return to democracy, an end to mandates and accountability for the captured agencies that have failed our children.
  4. Find your tribe. We are stronger together. Connect with like-minded people and take to the streets in peaceful noncompliance, to educate people on your “Main Street” or to lobby at your statehouse. Commit to three acts of peaceful noncompliance daily and encourage your community to do the same. It can be as simple as a phone call, email or educational conversation with a friend or family member.

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