Thursday, February 25, 2016

InterOccupy Conference Calls on EMF Harm

InterOccupy Conference Calls on EMF Harm

Every Thursday at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern (Today's Agenda below).

To attend a conference please register here to get a call in number:

(After registering scroll back down on the page to below future call dates, to find your personal access numbers)


Agenda- Guest Camilla Rees will be joined by the Rhode Island school teacher, Shelley McDonald, who was fired for her unwillingness to compromise student privacy and health via their wifi in their classroom, and also hopefully we will be joined by Karl Maret, MD, to talk about the growing wireless (wi fi) problem affecting children in schools, and how to find better solutions.
Camilla Rees-is founder of, co-author of Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Radiation; co-founder of the International EMF Alliance; Senior Policy Advisor, to the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy, and Advisor, International Institute for Building Biology and Ecology; Member, U.S. Health Freedom Congress; and Affiliate, Social Venture Network. She was an Executive Producer of “Take Back Your Power,” and edited the landmark paper, “Getting Smarter About the Smart Grid”.
Karl Maret, MD., is an MD, engineer and former researcher for Canadian military on EMF’s. He is also President, Dove Health Alliance and Senior Research Fellow at National Institute of Health for Science,Law & Public Policy.

Shelly McDonald, a Rhode Island Math teacher was fired because she  raised concerns that wireless radiation may not be safe for students. 

She presented the school with letters from Doctors about her sensitivity to wireless radiation which was making her ill and she asked for accommodation. They dismissed this concern. Please note that other teachers have been given accommodations in the United States and many have worldwide.
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