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A Watchdog Group providing resources to current & rising US college students, parents, & faculty regarding mandates & related legal & medical matters.

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We are an established group of concerned citizens & stakeholders supporting US college students caught in the crossfire of government tyranny.

Our goal is to educate and empower students to support their rights and freedoms so they make educated choices fundamental to their health and future.

We will work together to abolish mandates at all US colleges and provide a resource hub to support students who have been injured or those who are suffering from the downstream /adverse effects of the 2020 pandemic.

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Watchlist

DOCUMENTARIES

PREMIER Documentary: meet Cody Hudson & the Martin Family, both severely injured by the Covid-19 Vaccine

Covid-19 Vaccine Injuries: We Are The Evidence

STUDENT STORIES

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LATEST VIDEOS

Compilation of College Students Fighting Mandates

It’s Common Sense Rumble Channel (Videographer Kevin Larsen)

Useful Links

React19

For those suffering Long Covid or reactions from the Covid vaccine, visit React19 for support & resources

No College Mandates

A sister organization – updates on US colleges and universities with mandates &
those that never instituted tyranny

My Cycle Story

Dedicated to supporting independent research, community & solutions for fertility & menstrual irregularities

Turning Point USA

TPUSA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote freedom.

Vaccine Safety Research Foundation

VSRF Supports Independent Inquiry into the Covid-19 Vaccines

VSRF - College Edition

College Edition Archives – Vaccine Safety Research Foundation

frequently asked questions

Yes, students must be “up-to-date” with the primary series and any eligible boosters to be in-person on UConn’s campuses. See https://covid.uconn.edu/campus-info/vaccinations/.

No, faculty and staff are no longer mandated the vaccine.

“Beginning June 1, 2022, the University’s Mandatory Workforce COVID-19 Vaccination Policy will conclude weekly mandatory testing for existing employees, and unvaccinated new employees will not be required to apply for a religious or medical exemption and will not be subject to weekly testing.”

See https://covid.uconn.edu/campus-info/vaccinations/.

Yes, students are able to apply for a non-medical exemption at https://dos.uconn.edu/non-medical-vaccination-exemption-request/.

Yes, exempted students are mandated the following: 

• Participate in regular surveillance testing as directed by your campus. Full instructions on how to submit testing will provided.
• Wear masks or face coverings in all indoor settings
• Medical quarantine after contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19
• Isolation for presumed or confirmed cases of COVID-19

See https://dos.uconn.edu/non-medical-vaccination-exemption-request/.

“Those affected with longterm effects from their Covid-19 vaccination have shown medical symptoms including autoimmune issues, inflammation, POTS, MCAS, myocarditis, neuropathy, stomach (gastrointestinal) issues, clotting, neurological, eye issues, and mental health issues as well. “

See https://react19.org/symptoms-and-solutions/ for common signs of vaccine injuries and solutions.

Visit React 19 at https://react19.org/ for financial, physical, and emotional support for those suffering from long-term COVID-19 vaccine adverse events.

Visit Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance at https://covid19criticalcare.com/ for Covid-19 protocols to prevent and treat COVID-19 at all stages of illness.

Watch Vaccine Safety Research Foundation’s College Edition show – live bi-weekly Mondays at 7PM Eastern with hosts Phoebe Liou, Tyce Patt, and Mila Radetich: https://rumble.com/c/VaccineSafetyResearchFoundation.

Visit No College Mandates to stay updated on Covid & college news: https://nocollegemandates.com/.

Visit Students Against Mandates for religious exemption resources: https://www.studentsagainstmandates.com/.

Visit Students Against Mandates CA for more resources, templates, and podcasts: https://www.studentsagainstmandates.ca/.

 

We are looking for a wide range of volunteers to help in a variety of manners, and identity protection is available. Please contact us if you have interest in any of the following: 

  • Speaking at UConn’s Board of Trustees Meetings (or have your story read by an advocate)
  • Canvassing & distributing flyers
  • Sticker campaigns 
  • Tabling on campus
  • Event-preparation
  • Submitting your story
  • Open to your ideas!

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Resources

 
Brownstone Institute — high quality independent journalism. Also features articles from doctors and scientists

The Highwire (Lots of news, don’t miss Del BigTree’s weekly show 11AM EST on Thursdays

The Children’s Health Defense — Vaccine information and quality webinars. Always streaming coverage of events like the Defeat the Mandates ralllies.

FLCCC Alliance — Comprehensive early treatment information, especially ivermectin. Always cutting edge. Be sure to catch their webinar every Wednesday at 7PM EDT. Come to Clubhouse after the show to chat. 

Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF) — Webinar every Thursday at 7PM EDT. Come to Clubhouse after the show to chat.

Global Covid Summit — Check out their Events page for webinars of Covid summits which have taken place all over the US and a few internationally. Our favorite early treatment and vaccine information doctors — uncensored! Malone, McCullough, Cole, Kory, Marik, Urso, Gessling, Milhoan, Cadegiani and more.

Daily Clout — Naomi Wolf — News, opinion, projects. Want to make a difference? Join her team evaluating the Pfizer documents!

World Council For Health — Quality international information. Be sure to check out their live weekly meetings on Mondays at 6 PM UTC | 7 PM GMT | 8 PM CAT | 2 PM EDT | 11 AM PDT | 5 AM AEDT | 7 AM NZDT

Trial Site News — “Where Life Sciences Research Meets the World. The world’s leading scientists and researchers write on TrialSite, where the latest in science is explained to the world in terms that you can understand.”

The Unity Project — Information and opportunities for action. Focuses on defeating vaccine mandates, especially for children.

StopVaxPassports

Here's the truth

Rooted in Science

Science

In the FDA's own words...

Failure of the injections to prevent transmission or infection: “At this time, data are not available to make a determination about how long the vaccine will provide protection, nor is there evidence that the vaccine prevents transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from person to person. ” – FDA, Dec. 2020

Risks

Any potential benefits of the COVID-19 booster fail to outweigh the harms for young people 18-29 years old

Researchers performed a risk-benefit assessment and ethical analysis using data from Pfizer, Moderna and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They concluded that “booster mandates in young adults are expected to cause a net harm.” – BMJ, Dec. 2022

Natural Immunity

Natural immunity proven durable & robust published by the Lancet

“Our analysis suggests that the level of protection from past infection by variant and over time is at least equivalent if not greater than that provided by two-dose mRNA vaccines.” 

– Lancet, Feb. 2023

SCIENCE

In the FDA’s own words…

Failure of the injections to prevent transmission or infection: “At this time, data are not available to make a determination about how long the vaccine will provide protection, nor is there evidence that the vaccine prevents transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from person to person. ” – FDA, Dec. 2020

DID YOU KNOW? Clinical trials are still underway

Severe adverse events were noted in the initial trial but NOT RELEASED released to the public

Clinical trials did NOT include pregnant woman nor did they study the impact to reproductive organs – yet the shots were recommended to millions of children & young adults.

Risks

Any potential benefits of the COVID-19 booster fail to outweigh the harms for young people 18-29 years old

Researchers performed a risk-benefit assessment and ethical analysis using data from Pfizer, Moderna and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They concluded that “booster mandates in young adults are expected to cause a net harm.” – BMJ, Dec. 2022

In a cohort study of 23.1 million residents across 4 Nordic countries, risk of myocarditis after the first and second doses of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines was highest in young males aged 16 to 24 years after the second dose.

Booster mandates in young adults are expected to cause a net harm: per COVID-19 hospitalization prevented, we anticipate at least 18.5 serious adverse events from mRNA vaccines.”

– British Medical Journal

At least 31,207–42,836 young adults must be boosted with an mRNA vaccine to prevent ONE COVID-19 hospitalization over 6 months

European countries, including the UK, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Denmark never had university-implemented mandates

The risk-benefit provide suggests Covid boosters are an unethical medical intervention in young adults

Natural Immunity

Natural immunity proven durable & robust published by the Lancet

“Our analysis suggests that the level of protection from past infection by variant and over time is at least equivalent if not greater than that provided by two-dose mRNA vaccines.” 

– Lancet, Feb. 2023

Meta-analyses: 65 studies from 19 different countries.

Protection against severe disease remained high for all variants.

Those with a documented infection should be treated similarly to those who have been fully vaccinated.