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Plan a Walkout

Peaceful non-compliance and civil disobedience are effective tools in pushing back on government overreach and tyranny.

Welcome to the revolution.

“No government in history has ever surrendered power in the absence of demand. We need to tell these governments and their friends in the technocracy, the Silicon Valley billionaire boys club, the mainstream media, and the pharmaceutical industry that we will no longer tolerate their trampling of citizens’ rights.”
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Children’s Health Defense, Board Chair and Lead Counsel

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.

Worldwide Walkout is a protest-in-a-box so advocates can easily organize when faced with tyranny. In November of 2021, as the world was faced with medical mandates and lockdowns of businesses and schools, CHD organized “Worldwide Walkouts” and had over 200 walkout events coordinated on the same day. Utilizing our resources can make this easy for any concerned citizen or activist to execute a walkout or protest.

Organizing a walkout is simple and CHD is committed to providing all the tools and resources you need to easily execute a walkout in your community. Find resources here such as banners, signs, flyers and more:

Flyers, Handouts & Rally Signs

Here are a few simple steps to take when planning your walkout:

1. Set a date and choose a location. Walkouts are intended to peacefully disrupt the status quo. Make a statement by organizing a coordinated effort to pull your children out of school or take a sick day to push back against unlawful mandates. United, simultaneous actions amongst like-minded people make an impact. Show up to your school board meeting, state house, department of health or town hall. It’s our constitutional right to peacefully assemble in public areas. Be mindful not to obstruct vehicle or foot traffic. If you’re expecting large crowds, or the use of amplified sound you may need to consider securing permits with local municipal precincts or community affairs offices.

2. United with a clear message. Create a unified voice with signage, posters, singing of popular songs, the national anthem, chants and more. Visit our Handout Gallery for resources. Ask veterans, first responders, educators and children to speak or anyone who is personally impacted by the issue you’re opposing.

3. Create a community. Encourage crowd members to introduce themselves to their neighbors and create meaningful connections. Ask everyone to wear a consistent color or CHD gear to unify the crowd visually.

4. Share our customizable graphics. Create your free Canva account to access customizable social media graphics. Share your flyers on social media, with your email lists and in your local community.

Access your customizable graphics:

5. Share your event with CHD. Be sure to share your rally with CHD to be featured on our Community Calendar. If you’re interested in having your event streamed on CHD.TV check the related boxes on the form as you submit your event. Once you submit, the CHD.TV team will review for consideration. Connect with other “defenders” in your community by posting your event on our Community Calendar. Check back often for other events happening in and around your neighborhood. We are stronger together.

Join the movement. Be a “defender” of truth, freedom and children’s health. Children’s Health Defense will continue to provide you with the resources — all you need to do is show up with your conviction, your voice and your CHD materials in hand. It’s time to be the change you wish to see in the world.

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