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Posts Tagged ‘ children’s rights ’

NCFM Arizona Chapter President Rich Cassalata, M.Ed, helps bring like-minded groups together

August 26, 2014

By Richard Cassalata M.Ed., ABD Men’s Rights Groups in Arizona? Several Growing and Politically Active Men’s Rights Organizations Now on the March! When we think about men or father’s rights groups we often think about mainstream organizations such as the National Coalition for Men, A Voice For Men, Honeybadgers, a Shrink4Men and other major...
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This is what happens when state family law workgroups and commissions end up with members dependent upon government for their boat payments…

October 10, 2013

NCFM NOTE:  The Fatherhood Coalition of Massachusetts was largely responsible for Governor Patrick convening a work-group to review state family law. The letter below makes one wonder if the good Governor appointed people to the work-group who he knew or should have known would sabotage its intent and protect the interests of stakeholders who...
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci and Republic of Georgia Liaison Carl Augustsson join protest at Academy of Pediatrics over circumcision double standards in New Orleans

October 30, 2012

Female infant circumcision is rightfully illegal but it is Ok to circumcise infant males! Bull. On October 20, 2012, NCFM members Carl Agustsson and Marc Angelucci participated in a protest against infant male genital cutting outside of the national meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) at the Convention Center in New Orleans,...
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