Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Contest: Win up to $250-PROclaim Your Parental Rights and Preserve the Parent-Child Relationship

PROclaim 2009 from on Vimeo.

Awards & Prizes1st Place (1 per category) $250

2nd Place (1 per category) $150

3rd Place (1 per category) $50

How to PROclaim . . .

1. Make a video, telling America why it's important to preserve parenthood. Your video can be from 10 seconds to 10 minutes. Act out a story or give a speech. Use music, photos, video, text, animation! We want to know why YOU support parental rights.

2. Upload your video to the group on Vimeo.

3. Fill out the online PROclaim Entry Form. (Submissions will be accepted from August 17th, 2009 - September 9, 2009.)

4. Submit your $15 entry fee.

Not a member of ParentalRights.Org? Become one today! --

I've blogged about this issue previously here  and here regarding the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which our current administration plans to adopt sometime in the near future, which would essentially grant parental rights to the government in deciding religious,educational and personal rights of your child and how you should parent your child; while also giving children more rights over there parents about their upbringing.

As a parent, I'm sure you would rather not have the government involved in your parenting decisions and expectations for your child. Currently, the only time this happens is through court proceedings in divorce cases, adoption or during cases of child abuse investigations.

Children are not knowledgeable enough to make the best decisions for them and that is why parents have to watch out for them and provide guidance, instruction and nurturing...this should not require the government to come between the parent and child relationship!  Please read the previous articles linked above, have your children submit their videos advocating parental rights and why that right needs to be preserved and pass this on to other parents to get involved!

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