Harlem Children’s Health Forum
HARLEM VACCINE FORUM
Saturday, October 19th, 1:00- 3:30 p.m.
Assembly Hall at Riverside Church
91 Claremont Avenue, New York, NY
The Harlem Vaccine Forum is still on! Assembly Hall at Riverside Church is a lovely venue and convenient to public transportation. CHD is delighted to host this event!
Compulsory vaccination raises critical human rights issues, including the right to practice religion freely, parental rights, informed consent, the right to education and the right to health. The forum provides a way to discuss these pressing issues and New York State’s decision to repeal the religious exemption to vaccination.
Big Pharma is one of the largest supporters of mainstream media so we weren’t totally surprised Tuesday when they squashed the National Action Network event that didn’t support their agenda. But CHD will not be censored. We aren’t beholden to pharma or the media. CHD chose to move forward with the Forum because pharma corruption, perversion of government vaccine data and known vaccine injury risks to our children, especially African Americans, are too great to ignore.
CHD won’t be silenced on the lack of vaccine safety. Forcing us to change the venue made the event all the more important, to show the national media that will be there that this is a human rights issue and one on which people will vote, change their state of residence, and fight for until they win.
Don’t miss this event as speakers discuss the pressing issues around vaccines and New York State’s unjustifiable decisions to repeal religious exemptions and to grossly curtail medical exemptions.
Speakers include: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.; Sheila Ealey; John Gilmore; Dr. Phil Valentine; Curtis Cost; Dr. Lawrence Palevsky; Reverend Walter Sotelo; Mary Holland; and many more.
More about the venue: The main address for Riverside Church is 480 Riverside Drive, but you should come to the entrance at 91 Claremont Avenue, near the intersection of West 120th St., New York, NY.
There is a parking garage under Riverside Church; entrance is on 120th St. between Broadway and Claremont on the right hand side of the street. There is also on street parking, especially on Riverside Drive.
This event is free and open to the public.