In May, 2017 Moms for America released the Declaration of Mothers launching a national movement of moms to reclaim our culture for truth, family, and freedom. The national impact f this document has been profound. Thousands of women in over 4,000 cities and every state in America have signed the Declaration. Governors from several states have, or are in the process, of issuing proclamations recognizing the Declaration of Mothers and proclaiming March 8th International Mothers Influence Day; and on February 2nd, Congresswoman Diane Black (Rep, TN) introduced the Declaration of Mothers,into the Congressional record.
It is clear that despite what the media and radical feminists would have us believe, the pink-hatted protestors do not speak for the majority of women in America—or the world.
Last year at the United Nations Council on the Status of Women, the big push by feminists from Europe, Canada, and the United States, was to declare motherhood a “burden” defining it as “unpaid work” that needs to be recognized, reduced, and redistributed.”
In the annual letter from the Gates Foundation (Feb 2017) Melinda Gates said “the real issue isn’t how much time women spend on unpaid work—it’s how much time they don’t spend contributing to society and pursuing higher education or a career.” She further stated that given the opportunity women would “spend more time doing paid work, starting businesses, or otherwise contributing to the economic well-being of societies around the world. The fact that they can’t, holds their families and communities back.”
Women around the globe are repelling this ludicrous notion, refusing to allow a mother’s love to be cheapened, belittled, and marginalized. In January, 2018, HomeMakers for America partnered with women from around the world to pen a Worldwide Declaration of Mothers which has since been signed by organizational leaders representing 8 million people in over 150 countries around the world.
The battle Phyllis Schlafly fought four decades ago is resurfacing with a vengeance, as witnessed in the Women’s March protests and their radical anti-motherhood crusade; but that is not what the majority of women in America stand for. We are women who love God, stand for truth, reverence family, and cherish freedom—and we stand in the way of their socialist agenda. They know just how powerful a mother’s influence is. If they can’t convert us, they will try and silence us. But we will not be silenced! Through the Declaration of Mothers and the Worldwide Declaration of Mothers, the silent majority of women in America are speaking loud and clear.
On Thursday, March 8th HomeMakers for America and several of our Mom’s March partners are holding a national press conference at the Capital in Washington D.C. to present the Declaration of Mothers to Congress, Media, and the nation; and March 16th we are taking the Worldwide Declaration of Mothers to the United Nations! We invite you to join this growing national movement of mothers to raise the bar of decency and civility in our culture, and stand united for truth, family, freedom, and the Constitution which protects our divine rights as mothers. The era of radical feminism is over. This is the March of Mothers!
You can sign both Declarations at the following links…
See how many women have signed the Declaration of Mothers on our Map of Light. We know there is at least one mother in every city and town in America who still cares about God, recognizes the importance of family and wants to see freedom prosper. Sign the Declaration of Mothers and we’ll light up your city and show the people of America we’ve got you covered and you are not alone. Let’s flood the nation with the light of mothers who stand for truth, love God, reverence family and cherish freedom!