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SHAKA Movement to Host Presentation by Moms Across America Founder

November 2, 2015, 1:35 PM HST
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Moms Across America courtesy image.

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The SHAKA Movement is hosting a free presentation by Zen Honeycutt, founder of Moms Across America. “Empowered Moms, Healthy Kids – Our Right to Know is Our Right to Health!” will be held on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. at the Maui Arts & Cultual Center’s McCoy Studio.

Honeycutt will discuss MAA’s action to provide glyphosate testing of people and water, the results of which will contribute to changing EPA policy and the future of farming, the SHAKA Movement press release stated.

She will also discuss the education and empowerment of millions on GMOs, offering organic and sustainable solutions and choices to protect families and health.

Honeycutt has spoken around the world and before major corporations about “Our Right To Know,” the dangers of glyphosate, GMOs and their impact on children and health, the release said.

Now Honeycutt said she wants to take SHAKA’s “Right to Health” platform to the Mainland.

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SHAKA also plans to launch a public health registry, the release said.

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No audio or video recording of this event will be permitted.

The Shaka Movement is committed to protecting, preserving and improving the public trust resources for current and future generations. It aims to empower and protect farmers, their children and the people around these farms.

The Shaka Movement is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization.

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