Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). He joins us to discuss the fight for equal shared parenting, the Family Court system, and raising awareness for changes in legislation to help parents and children.
Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). This group was started by Mark out of the need to be the best parent he could be to his son, Levi. After going through his own experience and learning of other parents that had been relegated to weekend visitors, he decided to use his background in politics to effect change in the current Family Court system.
Mark has personally met with over 420 legislators across the country to discuss the need for equal Shared Parenting. In 2018 alone, he traveled to 38 cities across the country and worked with leaders in 24 different states. He started the organization with a goal of educating, enabling and empowering leaders across the country to help raise awareness of the need to pass legislation for equal shared parenting giving children equal access to both of their fit, willing, and able parents after divorce or separation.
Regina grew up in Buffalo, New York in a family where everyone thought out-of-the-box. Standing up for the truth was deeply inbred into her. She moved to Dallas in 1976. In 2013, Regina started the group Activists for Truth. That December the group decided to become involved and learn about city government while exposing the Unsafe Ineffective Fluoridation Program. The group no longer meets weekly, yet Regina and several others continue the fight for safer tap water and to End Fluoridation.
Regina Imburgia is our guest today in the Anomic Age today to discuss fluoridation, implications of the new fluoride studies, and her activism. We will also get into how everyone can get involved in stopping fluoridation in their own communities.