International Mens Day

Donald Tenn Human Rights Activist

Human Rights Activist Donald Tenn

Obviously, I initially assumed this was a result of our helping a dad in prison with his parenting time. We were all of a sudden inundated with letters. I was thinking, “What a small world, we helped one dad in prison and now the entire nation is contacting us” I was also thinking this was going to evolve into the, “I am falsely accused and seeking your help” but that was never the case, it was all about dads, just like you and I who only wanted to institute their parental rights. Many of them, again, just like you and I, already had parenting orders but they were unable to get the mum to bring their children to visit them. You know things are bad when you receive a letter from the prosecuting attorney’s office seeking your help.

Well, Now that I know where all of those contacts came from, all I can say is, “Job Well Done, Diane Sears.” This, unfortunately, does not mean we were successful in our efforts, in fact, we were so inundated that we ended up forwarding everything to a non-profit in San Francisco who assured us they were better suited for this type of issue,

Even though our primary focus is now on our children and their true best interest, their human right to share equally in the lives of both of their fit and willing parents. We obviously still support International Men’s Day and everyone’s efforts to bring about awareness to this cause and of course the ongoing, tireless efforts of Diane Sears. Thank You Diane!




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By Diane Sears
SACRAMENTO, CA (USA) –  30 JUNE 2014 — Mr. Donald Tenn, President of Fathers 4 Justice (USA)/Families 4 Justice ( has announced that Fathers 4 Justice (USA) will continue its supportive role of 2014 International Men’s Day by raising awareness for the worldwide observance which will be celebrated in 80 nations on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 under the theme, “Working Together for Men and Boys”. Viewed by many as a one of the key players in the Global Fatherhood Movement, Fathers 4 Justice (USA) under the leadership of Mr. Tenn supports and will be a participant in the National Day of Prayer for Boys and Men on Sunday, 16 November 2014 which is a component of the United States’ observance of 2014 International Men’s Day.
Empowering Fathers is one of the key pieces of the puzzle to rebuilding the village in the Millennium. Religious institutions and religious leaders continue to have a pivotal role to play in rebuilding the village, empowering Fathers, strengthening families, and transforming our communities into a vibrant oasis. The important role that religious institutions and religious leaders have in our communities is one that is recognized by Coordinators of International Men’s Day which will be observed in 80 nations — including the United States — on Wednesday, 19 November 2014. We have designated Sunday, 16 November 2014 as a ‘National Day of Prayer for Men and Boys” in religious institutions of all denominations throughout the United States. Fathers 4 Justice (USA)/Families 4 Justice has helped to move the issue of parental alienation, the devastating effects of divorce on children which reverberates throughout families and communities, and the need for equal parenting legislation and judicial reform in the American family court system to the national stage through legislative campaigns and civil protest.
For further information about Fathers 4 Justice (USA)/Families 4 Justice, visit the following website: or send an e-mail to:
For further information about the 2014 International Men’s Day National Day of Prayer for Men and Boys which is scheduled for Sunday, 16 November 2014 and 2014 International Men’s Day, contact the United States Coordinator for 2014 International Men’s Day, Diane A. Sears, by sending an e-mail to: or calling 267-581-3963.