Resources and Education

Employment & Exemptions:

-Submit an exemption with your employer ASAP.

-Religious exemption is solidly backed by our 1st Amendment right within the US Constitution. Medical exemptions can always change since science is always changing. 

-For a guide on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, click here. This is to help understand your rights as an employee and is backed by references. 

-If your R.E. is denied, you have the right to APPEAL it. 

-Keep all correspondence with your employer via email/in writing

-If your religious exemption is denied, submit a case with the AZ Attorney General(here) and The Office of Civil Rights (here)

If you have had an adverse reaction to any vaccination, it is important to report it to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) Click HERE to do so.

 

Arizona policy on parents rights:

 In 2010, Arizona Legislature passed the Parents’ Bill of Rights. This statute sets forth the broad rule of parents’ rights: “The liberty of parents to direct the upbringing, education, health care and mental health of their children is a fundamental right.”[3] The government may not interfere with parental rights unless it demonstrates a compelling state interest “of the highest order, is narrowly tailored and is not otherwise served by a less restrictive means.” The Parents’ Bill of Rights recognizes a parent’s right to:

  • Direct the education of their child.

  • Direct the upbringing of their child.

  • Direct the moral or religious training of their child.

  • Make healthcare decisions for their child.

  • Access and review all medical records relating to their child.

  • Provide written permission before a biometric scan is performed on their child.

  • Provide written permission before any record of their child’s blood or DNA is created, stored, or shared.

  • Provide written permission before any videos or voice recordings are made of their child, with certain exceptions (for example, security or surveillance of school property).

  • Be notified promptly if there is suspicion that a criminal offense has been committed against their child.

  • Access information about a Department of Child Safety investigation involving the parent and their child.


https://www.azleg.gov/ars/1/00602.htm

 

"No Shots, No School, NOT TRUE!"

Arizona has 3 exemptions in place.

Religious exemption, Personal Belief exemption & Medical exemptions

CLICK HERE TO FIND EXEMPTION FORMS

Child Care or Preschool: 

  • Medical Exemption Form - Must be completed by the child's physician or nurse practitioner.

  • Religious Beliefs Exemption Form - Must be completed by the parent or guardian of a child attending childcare or preschool programs. The initials of the parent/guardian and the date are required next to each vaccine preventable disease description, in addition to the signature and date at the bottom of the form.

Kindergarten - 12th grade:

  • Medical Exemption Form - Must be completed by the child's physician or nurse practitioner.

  • Personal Beliefs Exemption Form - Must be completed by the parent or guardian of a student attending Kindergarten through 12th grade. Personal Beliefs exemptions are not applicable in childcare or preschool programs. The initials of the parent/guardian and the date are required next to each vaccine preventable disease description, in addition to the signature and date at the bottom of the form

Arizona Immunization Handbook for School: Office of Education 


https://education.azgovernor.gov/edu/arizona-school-immunization-requirements

DOCUMENTARIES:

             -On Vaccinations: 
                 Direct Order 
                 Emerging Viruses and Vaccinations 
                 Injecting Aluminum 
                 Man Made Epidemic 
                 Silent Epidemic: The Untold Story of Vaccines 
                 The Age of Aluminum 
                 The Greater Good 
                 The Truth About Vaccines 
                 Trace Amounts 
                 VAXXED/VAXXED II