Concerned Parents

Voluntary Masks In School

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This petition aims to gather support for voluntary masks on children in K-12 public and private schools in Tennessee. Focus is placed on:

  • Negative social, academic, emotional and psychological effects
  • Parents' rights over all health decisions of their child
  • Moral damage from treating healthy children as sick and infectious
  • Unforeseen medical risks of long-term mask use, daily duration, as well as during activities of intense physical exertion

This movement was started by concerned parents in Memphis, but our goal is to represent the entire state of Tennessee. Join this mission to help make our voices heard. We will take the collective voice to our elected officials including mayors, governors, legislators and beyond. Email for more information.

Resources Updated Continuously:

  1. Parents Rise TN Presentation:
  2. Masks and Child Psychology:
  3. New Science Outlines Risks of Masking Children (11 minute video):
  4. Incidence and Secondary Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Infections in Schools:
  5. Literature Review: Conclusion Regarding Masks They Do Not Work:
  6. Expert Witness James Casciano, January 10, 2021:
  7. Neurologist: COVID-19 Masks Are a Crime Against Humanity and Child Abuse:
  8. The Risks vs. Benefits of Face Masks - Is There an Agenda?:
  9. No evidence of secondary transmission of COVID-19 from children attending school in Ireland, 2020:
  10. Covid-10: important potential side effects of wearing face masks that we should bear in mind:
  11. Effectiveness of Adding a Mask Recommendation to Other Public Health Measures to Prevent Sars-CoV-2 Infection in Danish Mask Wearers:
  12. 'Mask mouth' is a seriously stinky side effect of wearing masks:

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