Upcoming Protest Marches:

  • Washington DC, October 1st and 2nd, 2014:

    • October 1 From 11:00am to 3:00pm:
      Mothers of Lost Children March. We will provide white Mothers of Lost Children t shirts. Bring your sunscreen and a hat, and wear white clothing. We will have a speak out, then march around the White House. After a short break we will march to the Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Ave NW to demand action on family courts that engage in illegal activity We are asking them to investigate the 286 cases Mary Seguin submitted on January 15, 2014.

    • Also Oct 1, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm:
      Presentation on sex trafficking of children at George Washington University Law School, Faculty Conference Center B505, 5th floor, 716 20th St NW, Washington DC. We have invited speaker and author Gypsy Marie Roberts to speak on sex trafficking and we will discuss judicial trafficking in the family court.

    • October 2, 9:00am:
      We will go to Congress to continue educating members and requesting action on the family court crisis. Please plan to wear your white Mothers of Lost Children t shirts over business attire and meet in front of the Cannon Building on Independence Ave, SE and First Street SE. The Safe Child Coalition is now part of Mothers of Lost Children.

    Most Recent Protest Marches:

    • San Francisco, CA, Court Crime Protest, Friday Sept 19, 2014

      Met at 11:00am in front of the Judicial Council Building, 350 McAllister St, SF.

    • Washington DC, October 2013

      Wearing white clothes and Mothers-of-Lost-Children t-shirts we marched to show the world that our little children are as "disappeared" as the adult children of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo during the dirty war in Argentina. Those mothers and grandmothers of old marched every week for decades to bring international attention to the outrage. The least we can do is rally and march twice a year to protest the transfer of our children from safe homes to violent abusive homes. The children who escape say they lived like little prisoners-of-war. Most are raped and beaten, some are killed.

Our first WA DC vigil and parade went so well, we now hold annual protest rallies, accomplishing great strides at each event.

Click below for photos, videos, and information on our marches, peaceful and silent vigils, and lobbying activites:

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