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Fathers & Families/Glenn Sacks have launched many effective, highly-publicized email/phone/fax Campaigns and Action Alerts in defense of fatherhood and shared parenting, and have won many victories large and small. To learn more about our campaigns, click here. The new Fathers & Families Action Squad (FFAS) will take this to a higher level, and we want you to be a part of it. We want you to be part of FFAS--to do so, click here. Below are our recent Action Alerts--we invite you to participate. If you have an idea for an action alert, please click here.

February 10 Action Alert--Sacramento Paper Calls Parental Alienation a 'Discredited, Pseudoscientific Malady'

The Sacramento News & Review, a prominent California weekly, labeled Parental Alienation¬† a "discredited, pseudoscientific malady" in its recent article Down by law (2/5/09). Write a Letter to the Editor at [email protected]. Comment on the article here. Learn more here.

February 3 Action Alert--Ex-Senator Rick Santorum Bombarded with Letters over Anti-Dad Column

Hundreds of you responded to our Action Alert last week and educated former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum on what fathers go through to remain a part of their children's lives after divorce or separation. I don't know if Santorum will respond in print or not (his column runs every other week in the Philadelphia Inquirer) but it's important that when anti-father falsehoods are voiced by prominent figures, we're there to respond with the truth. It is said that "80% of success is showing up" and too often our movement has lost because it hasn't shown up. Thank you for showing up. Read more here.

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