Protecting Children by Empowering Parents
Who We Are
We are concerned parents and citizens who care about children and are concerned by how parental rights are slipping away.
Children need to be raised and represented by parents who love them, not by disconnected government officials. When it comes to raising children, parents are better than the government.
Yet more and more, parental rights are not being upheld in courts.
We are working to preserve parental rights through a Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, as well as through state and federal legislation that will protect children by empowering parents.
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ParentalRights.org and The Parental Rights Foundation
ParentalRights.org is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit political action organization. We work to pass legislation that will protect families by preserving parental rights, stop legislation that endangers those rights, and generally raise awareness of these issues in the public eye.
The Parental Rights Foundation is a related 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The Foundation does not promote legislation, but instead focuses on educating policymakers and the general public in order to raise awareness of these issues. The Foundation also publishes or reviews academic research papers and occasionally submits amicus briefs in individual court cases in defense of parental rights.
Endorsements: Why They Support the Parental Rights Amendment
Shaun Alexander, 2005 NFL MVP
Dr. Stephen M. Krason, Ph.D.
Pastor Marvin L. Winans, Sr.
ParentalRights.org Board & Staff
Shaun Alexander is a former football player for the Univeristy of Alabama, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Washington Redskins. A father himself, Shaun is passionate about the potential of parents to raise their children with the tools and outlook to make a positive change in the world.
William began his career with HSLDA, and he has served in the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In November of 2021, Will was selected by the Board of ParentalRights.org to serve as the first full-time president of ParentalRights.org and the Parental Rights Foundation.