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NCFM Mr. Manners, JOURNALIST’S COVERAGE OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT, CHARLIE OR JOE MCARTHY

July 9, 2021
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  “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell. “Don’t know your past don’t know your future.” Ziggy Marley.                   A BRIEF MONTAGE OF THE RECENT HISTORY OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND THE MEDIA Scene I-The magazine with the highest readership in the United States “Parade”, discussing...
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NCFM, Free “Kit” Martin. He’s innocent!

June 21, 2021
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Kit Martin

Kentucky should make an effort to find out who actually committed the murders, because Kit Martin is innocent.
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NCFM Women Against False Accusations second in a continuing video series about families adversely impacted by false accusations.

June 19, 2021
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false accusations

The O’brian family saga – targeting their special needs son.
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, TWO KINDS OF GENDER EQUALITY

June 19, 2021
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, TWO KINDS OF GENDER EQUALITY

I’ll define two kinds of gender equality. 1) Balanced Equality: In Balanced equality each sex holds some measure of primacy within its roles and realms and the result comes out even. I believe that Balanced equality is and has always been so. Man more respected but less loved/Woman more loved but less respected—if that’s...
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NCFM PR Director and President of Attorneys for the Rights of the Child, reports a Massachusetts state trial court victory re infant circumcisions

June 19, 2021
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circumcision

Attorneys for the Rights of Child is pleased to report an interim legal victory in a circumcision case. A Massachusetts state trial court has ruled that MassHealth, the state health agency, is violating state law (Massachusetts G.L. c. 29, § 63) by paying for non-medically necessary infant circumcisions. The same court ruled against the...
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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter President Greg Josefchuk’s Written Testimony to the Department of Education Regarding Efforts to Weaken Constitutional Protections in Disciplinary Proceedings in Higher Education

June 10, 2021
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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter President Greg Josefchuk’s Written Testimony to the Department of Education Regarding Efforts to Weaken Constitutional Protections in Disciplinary Proceedings in Higher Education

  Below, is the written testimony submitted on behalf of NCFM Carolina to the Department of Education at hearings this month in an effort to protect the gains made under the last administration, like the preservation of due process in disciplinary proceedings. Our NCFM-Carolina’s chapter did a superlative job under the leadership of Gregory...
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