Wisconsin Chapter

TACA Wisconsin holds Coffee Talks throughout the year. Our Coffee Talks provide settings where families can informally network, share resources and speak with seasoned parents.

Wisconsin Events

Tuesday, August 20

Wisconsin Safe Vaccines

7:00  - 8:30 PM
Adio Chiropractic
1001 North Gammon Rd, Suite 4
Middleton, WI 53562

Speakers: Sarah Caldwell and Amber Smith
Join us for an informative meeting on your Rights in Wisconsin for vaccine awareness.
Sarah Caldwell and Amber Smith will inform us what is happening in Madison and how it fits into the discussion on a national scale.
Sarah Caldwell is a parent and health freedom activist. She began researching vaccines almost twenty years ago, upon the birth of her son. Sarah is passionately devoted to health freedom, sharing knowledge, and supporting others as they navigate their journeys. She believes that together we are making the world a better place. Sarah has an MPA and MSSW from Columbia University, and works as a policy analyst for WI state government.
Amber Smith is a stay at home mother of 2 young boys. Her oldest had a reaction to his 2 month round of vaccines and that's what set her off onto the journey of researching. Now, she's a devoted advocate for health freedom and cofounder of Wisconsin United For Freedom, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit dedicated to advocacy and social welfare. Our plan is to be involved in the legislative process in Wisconsin and preserve our freedoms as parents and as Americans. Recently, Wisconsin has experienced a threat to our philosophical exemptions for vaccination to enter public schools and daycares. We've been a presence at the Capitol educating our representatives on the matters at hand. Amber personally advocates for numerous causes as her children deserve a better world than where we are headed.

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