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NCFM Press Release, NCFM’s lawsuit against the Selective Service System

Author: NCFM Every year since 2021 when the Supreme Court denied NCFM’s Petition for Writ of Certiorari, Congress had the opportunity to act when they passed the annual defense bill.     LOS ANGELES, CA, May 31, 2024 /24-7PressRelease/ — NCFM is commemorating the 107th Anniversary of the Selective Service System; the law requiring male citizens to register for […]

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NCFM President Harry Crouch, Ladies Night (and the Fresno Grizzlies)

Author: NCFM NCFM NOTE: California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act is one of the strongest civil rights acts in the United States. Violations can result in lawsuits. When plaintiffs are successful, fines and attorney fees are guaranteed, thereby incentivizing businesses not to discriminate and attorneys to take a cases. The Unruh Civil Rights Act (California Civil […]

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NCFM SUPREME COURT AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF re arresting the homeless in Grants Pass, Oregon

Author: NCFM YOUNG MEN MUST REGISTER FOR THE SELECTIVE SERVICE (SSS) BUT NOT YOUNG WOMEN, ALTHOUGH BOTH MAY VOLUNTEER FOR MILITARY SERVICE AND CAREERS. We need plaintiffs to file a lawsuit against the SSS, male and female, who live in California, between the ages of 18 and 25. If you fit that description and believe […]

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NCFM Legal Adviser Eric Nelson, PhD., Interview with NCFM Legal Adviser Author & Trial Attorney John Davis, Esq. About False Accusations

Author: NCFM Since 1977, NCFM has been committed to ending harmful discrimination and stereotypes against boys, men, their families and the women who love them.We are a gender inclusive, nonpartisan, ethnically diverse organization that effects civil rights reform through advocacy, education, outreach, services and litigation. Original Story on NCFM These stories are from NCFM. ()

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NCFM Letter from the Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) Findings Regarding NCFM’s Complaint About Discrimination Against Men

Author: NCFM Kursat Christoff Pekgoz wrote the initial complaint against the University of Pennsylvania.  NCFM ushered it through the United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) after submitting it on April 8, 2020. Just a few days short of three years we received the following letter from OCR. OCR works with universities […]

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NCFM Member Chris Christensen Successful Department of Education Complaint against the California Jazz Conservatory

Author: NCFM So, how can one person change education, prevent discrimination against men and help make the world a better place for all of us? Here’s one story of such a person… NCFM Member Chris Christensen Successful Department of Education Complaint against the California Jazz Conservatory Related Tags: california jazz conservatory, department of education, discrimination […]

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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter Press Release – Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons

Author: Harry Crouch MEDIA ADVISORY / PRESS RELEASE Contact: Will Hageman – Twin Cities Chapter – ncfmtc@gmail.com – tc.ncfm.org Harry Crouch – NCFM – 619-231-1909/858-682-3586 – president@ncfm.org – ncfm.org January 22, 2023 Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons – National Coalition For Men (St. Paul, MN) Minnesota State Representative Sandra Feist wants tampon dispensers […]

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NCFM Update, Date for the Jerry Cox trial is now set — in 2025

Author: NCFM Judge in case says court log is so backed up, that could change December 08, 2022 By GREG LITTLE Editor Mariposa County taxpayers may be forking out a lot of money over the next several years in the case involving local resident Jerry Cox and a federal court case that has been given […]

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Lori DeBolt, President NCFM Women Against False Accusations, Wins Free Speech Court Appeal

Author: NCFM From Thursday’s Appellate Court of Illinois decision in Pokorny v. DeBolt, written by Justice Joseph Birkett and joined by Justices Susan Hutchinson and Donald Hudson: A plenary order of protection barring respondent from disseminating on social media any information identifying petitioner in any way, was improper. The petitioner failed to meet her burden […]

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NCFM Jerry Cox case update, “Judge orders county officials to submit answers about case”

Author: NCFM October 13, 2022 By GREG LITTLE Editor A federal judge has handed another setback to Mariposa County in the case involving local resident Jerry Cox, who was falsely accused of rape and then had his property taken from him through the Mariposa County Superior Court. Senior District Judge Anthony Ishii of the U.S. […]