Tech Safe Schools--Restoring Balance by the Three Powers

Published October 10, 2021 27 Views

Julian Gresser - Counsel at Swankin & Turner - Co-founder of Broadband International Legal Action Network - CEO/Chairman for Big Heart Technologies

Safe learning environments in schools are increasingly jeopardized by the proliferation of cell towers, routers, smart meters, cell phones, and other wireless devices. Scientific studies confirm that children are especially vulnerable to Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) in Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) emitted from these devices. Contrary to the widespread belief fostered by the purveyors of these products, school administrators, parents, and teachers have legal rights to protect themselves and children in their care.

Julian Gresser, a leading public interest attorney, former Harvard Law School professor, author, and inventor will discuss what he calls "The Three Powers", explaining how they offer an effective and balanced path forward to avoid and manage a rapidly unfolding national calamity.

Power # 1--Targeted Administrative/Judicial Action at the Legal Acupuncture Points. Mr. Gresser will discuss forthcoming legal actions before the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), FDA, and FCC in the context of the fiduciary duty of school administrators.

Power # 2--Resilient Negotiation and Strategic Alliances. Mr. Gresser will discuss how to use the art of Resilient Negotiation in building strategic collaborations to neutralize the "Shadow Game" being played by the telecom providers.

Power # 3--Chance, Synchronicity, and Serendipity. Mr. Gresser will explain how Powered by Synchronicity is a formidable "inner martial art" that can be used to enhance compassion, understanding, balance, and love.

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