Sergeant Shana Cottone is the President of Boston First Responders United, a coalition of Boston based emergency personnel. The group has grown to encompass all types of workers and community members. BFRU believes that freedom and choice are paramount in a free society and that the government should never coerce individuals to take an unwanted medical intervention, ever. Shana believes that only through united action will citizens be able to wrest power out of the greedy, polluted hands of politicians and place it back in the hands of We the People - where it belongs. A hero during her service to the city of Boston, SGT Shana Cottone chose to protect and serve for 14 years with the Boston Police Dept and has now lost her badge for protecting freedom. Learn more about how Shana helps stop tyranny now and how you can help as well.
Ronald J. Adams, CPA, CVA, ABV, BCA, CBA, CFF, CGMA, and a member of the MA Bonds for the Win Telegram group, is going to discuss surety bonds. Ron is a Director at Foxboro Consulting Group, Inc., and a member of the Anti-Foreclosure Network Group in Norton, MA, which is affiliated with MASS Alliance Against Predatory Lending (MAAPL). Mr. Adams cherishes the U.S. Constitution and he is very interested in preserving the American Republic, which honors individual rights under the Bill of Rights (the first 10 Amendments of the U.S. Constitution), and the Declaration of Independence.
Jessica Abu, MS, EMT, America's Frontline Doctors Citizen Corps Supervisor, will be facilitating/moderating this meeting.
Jessica Abu-Hijleh, MSc, EMT-B from America's Frontline Doctors will discuss how to properly prepare for current events, the types of supplies we may wish to consider in an emergency, and tips and tricks to stay healthy and prevent hospitalization.
Datta Haynes, a fellow patriot from Great Barrington, will discuss the advantages of building and utilizing a root cellar to help ensure food supplies during shortages.
Deb Chandler is a Massachusetts native whose love of goats goes way back. She founded the Western Mass Goat Alliance in 2008 (closed Dec. 2021) and she now plans to create a community goat farm including a herdshare for raw organic goat milk with a space where goat geeks and patriots can meet to discuss everything goat. Join us to learn about the many benefits of owning goats (even on a small scale).
Jessica Abu-Hijleh, MSc, EMT-B, the National Citizens Corps Administrator of America’s Frontline Doctors, will be facilitating/moderating this next meeting.
Jessica from America's Frontline Doctors will present tips on how to best handle the vaccine passport issue.
The publisher of Stand Up Massachusetts, will discuss the exciting, upcoming Northeast Freedom Alliance - what it is and how you can be involved.
Kevin, Stand Up Massachusetts' volunteer coordinator, will share some tips on how we can all utilize Telegram for networking. He will also request feedback from you about how Stand Up Massachusetts can best serve you and your desire to meet other like-minded people (so please join in, we look forward to hearing from you!
Public Q & A. Hint: This is also our chance to ask Kevin (our volunteer coordinator) more about his recent stay in jail to help fight for our freedoms!
This month we are privileged to announce that Jessica Abu-Hijleh, MSc, EMT-B, the National Citizens Corps Administrator of America’s Frontline Doctors, will be facilitating/moderating our meeting. This is an opportunity to connect with like-minded people, find help and support, and ask our speakers questions. We encourage you to participate, or just say hello!
Jessica Abu-Hijleh, MSc, EMT-B, from America's Frontline Doctors, facilitated/moderated this Stand Up Massachusetts organization meeting on current freedom-focused school issues and homeschooling. Jessica gave a brief overview of AFLDS and how they can help you in this fight with the legal, medical, and informational resources they offer on the AFLDS website. Jessica also went over the active plaintiff searches they are conducting so people can potentially sign on as a plaintiff for one of their future strategic litigations. www.americasfrontlinedoctors.org.
Additional speakers included citizen journalist and America-First activist Dianna Ploss who works for Chambers Law Office with freedom fighter Attorney Richard Chambers. Dianna is also running for governor of Massachusetts and is determined to stop the push for communism, mask and vaccine mandates, tyrannical and unnecessary lockdowns, medical martial law, and government tyranny. She agreed to speak about the current draconian school issues in Massachusetts, and potential solutions including homeschooling.
Dattatreya (Datta) Haynes, is a Great Barrington, MA, resident, and an MIT graduate and retired mechanical engineer who specialized in ventilation. He shared his story which appeared in the Berkshire Eagle about how he served the local school board officials notices of violation of human rights under the Nuremberg Code.
Elisa a homeschooling mom shared her wisdom and encouragement. Elisa graduated from Stanford with a B.A. in Public Policy and a law degree before becoming a full-time stay-at-home mom in 2004. She has 5 children, ages 19 years to 19 months, some of whom went to public and private schools in Dallas, Long Island, Houston, Brooklyn, and the Berkshires before she started homeschooling them in 2015. She has utilized unschooling, Charlotte Mason/Ambleside, homeschool co-ops, and community college classes, among other resources. Her oldest now attends college full-time in Annapolis.