2022 U.S. Health Freedom Congress
Courtesy of the National Health Freedom Congress
All are invited to join an exciting Health Freedom Congress, where leaders of many health freedom organizations from around the country will gather together with interested participants to discuss the many issues impacting health freedom.
This is the 13th U.S. Health Freedom Congress, hosted by National Health Freedom Coalition, designed to promote collaboration in the surging movement for health freedom. Meeting September 23 and 24 at the Hilton Airport Hotel, in St. Paul, this Congress will include a Meet and Greet on Thursday evening, September 22, and culminate with the Health Freedom Awards Banquet and a keynote speech by Scott Tips, general counsel for the National Health Federation since 1989. Friday evening will feature a showing of the movie Anecdotal.
The Congress is unusual in that citizen advocates mix with strong national leaders in “Open Space” dialogues to strategize together on moving forward for health freedom. Topics include right-to-refuse vaccination and other restrictions; rights of healing practitioners to practice; organic and regenerative farming; electromagnetic frequencies; GMO labeling; mercury-free dentistry; and many others.
“We all want to protect the right of people to have what they need to be well,” says Diane Miller of National Health Freedom Coalition. “That sometimes means fighting for our right to choose our own healing path, our right to have accurate information, our right to decline treatments or to avoid toxic substances.”
National Health Freedom Coalition is a nonprofit based in Minnesota.
Cost: $275/entry to all events, Thursday - Saturday, including Awards Banquet. For more information, call 608-295-3827 or visit NationalHealthFreedom.org.
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