On November 1st, 2014, thousands of nurses nationwide will march in protest against mandatory vaccines. Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines members will be marching and demonstrating peacefully in their home towns to protest firings, forced vaccination, loss of income, loss of privacy, etc. and informing private citizens of the truth about flu vaccines, and the truth about the 90% rule.
1.) Pledge to buy a tshirt, hoodie, long sleeved tshirt, etc. and wear it on the day of the protests: https://www.bonfirefunds.com/nurses-against-mandatory-vaccines-2
2.) Organize in your hometown. NAMV will allow all members who request it, in writing, for the use of the NAMV logo to use on posters, signs, and informative readings to hand out to the public.
3.) Plan it. Plan for November 1st, to be the day that you join thousands of nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers nationwide in protesting against mandatory vaccination policies in the workplace!
4.) Be informed. Be ready for arguments, and be ready to defend the truth about forced vaccination in the workplace!
More information to come once we have dates and times available!
So far here are protest locations by state/city
*Phoenix- 10 a.m.
Group will be meeting at the Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza, 1700
Washington St Phoenix, AZ 85007. The short walk will end at the Phoenix
courthouse 1501 W. Washington St. 85007.
*San Diego- 10 a.m.
*New Haven- 11 a.m.
Location: Down town on the Green.
Longwood Medical Area T stop
*Grand Rapids- 11 AM
Corner of Michigan and Coit in front of Spectrum Health
*Akron/Fairlawn- 11 a.m.
Meet at Barnes & Noble
*Warren- 11 a.m.
Meet at the corner or East Market St and Mahoning Ave
*Houston- 11:30 a.m.
location- Corner of Westheimer and Post Oak by the Galleria. Meet at Starbucks.
*Milwaukee- 11 a.m.
Corner of N. Prospect Ave. and E. North Ave. in front of
Contact Erin Randles email@example.com for more information.
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