Strategies for Organizing Around Family Law Issues
Recognizing that mothers' rights in family law courts are regularly violated, and that stopping that must be a priority of the feminist movement, we must have strategies for effecting change in this area. By organizing ourselves into groups we can have a greater impact on the problem. We can bring attention to the details of the problem, call for change through legislation, demand that our elected officials and politicians recognize this problem and step up to do something about it, and organize with other mothers and concerned citizens to protest the treatment of women in the courts.
This section includes strategies for working for change for mothers in family court. These are strategies for grassroots groups of people to consider when working for systemic change in this area. We the people, organized together, can make a difference. As Margaret Meade said, it is indeed the only thing that has ever really changed society.
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