Children’s Health Defense
Founded by Robert F Kennedy, Jr., in 2016. Start with RFK’s impassioned 4-minute intro in the upper right side of banner and then download their postcard handout and their two-page “10 Facts Every Parent Needs to Know about Vaccines” handout (which reinforces most of the facts in this website). Subscribe to “The Defender” newsletter.
National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)
Founded by Barbara Loe Fisher in 1982, it produces a weekly newsletter, The Vaccine Reaction. Their NVIC Advocacy Portal is dedicated to achieving and protecting the right to informed consent to vaccination. It tracks all US states’ bills impacting vaccination policies and has had success through members to contacting their representatives to protect individual rights.
Australian Vaccination-risks Network (AVN)
Founded in 1994 by Meryl Dorey, the AVN exists to further a pro-choice position with regard to vaccination and other health decisions. Among its projects is the VaxXed Bus that travels throughout the country documenting stories of vaccine-injured children.
Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN)
Founded by Del Bigtree in 2016. Exposes gross violations of freedoms and has successfully sued the CDC and other agencies that withhold or distort facts.
To Vaccinate or not to Vaccinate: A Review of Scientific Literature on Vaccines, A. Amantonio, Scibook Publishing, 2020 (used extensively in developing this website)
Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies, Neil Z. Miller, New Atlantean Press, 2016.
Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and The Forgotten History, Suzanne Humphries, CreateSpace, 2013
“Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe” and “Vaxxed II” Vaxxed was banned on Netflix and Apple, and, under pressure, was reluctantly pulled by Robert De Niro from the 2016 Tribecca film festival, Vaxxed II documents the response of a people’s uprising. Both are long, detailed, and moving. Much information about them, including trailers, are on the websites.
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