Ivy Hazlett Chatwin messaged Protect Every Child:
Greetings from South Carolina! This morning, we waved a rainbow flag atop the highest point in the state, then stepped a few feet north and waved it in North Carolina (the mountain is right on the border). Rainbow, because we believe EVERY child should be protected, regardless of race or orientation or anything else. This cause is near to my heart because I experienced a lot of shame, depression, and confusion regarding my sexuality as a youth, and personal interviews by well-intentioned but untrained and uninformed men made things so much worse. I don’t want my sweet little boys to have to go through that, so I’ll be marching with you in spirit!
These photos were taken Sunday, September 29th, 2019 on Mt. Sassafras, South Carolina,
which we chose because it is the highest point in the state
and because we want to shout this cause from the mountaintops!
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Sign the new Petition:
Climb a mountain, hilltop or driveway. Unfurl a banner and share it.
Come to the March for the Children on October 5, 2019 in Salt Lake City.
THIS IS THE BIG ONE.
If we have 5,000 marchers, the national media will be all over it.
Institutions will be warned. Huge awareness will be raised.
Children will be protected. Past victims will take solace.
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