LIVE STREAM: Robert Kennedy, Jr. at “Important Conversations Never Had – College Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates: Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Considerations”
Hanover, NH –Concerned Alumni of Dartmouth College is proud to announce that environmental and public health lawyer Robert Kennedy, Jr. will be our guest speaker and at “College Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates – Scientific, Ethical, and Legal Consideration: A Roundtable Discussion and Dinner Event” taking place on April 26 at 3:30PM at Dartmouth College’s Hanover Inn in Hanover, NH.
Mr. Kennedy will give a talk titled “The Pandemic Response” at approximately 5PM, directly following an afternoon roundtable discussion. He will be our special guest at the evening donor reception and dinner to benefit React19. Event details are below.
The event will consist of an afternoon session followed by a dinner featuring keynote speaker Aaron Siri, Esq. The dinner benefits React19, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Covid-19 vaccine-injured community.
The roundtable discussion will be moderated by Kim Witczak (Consumer Representative on the FDA Psychopharmacologic Drug Advisory Committee). Our panel of thought leaders in epidemiology, medicine, civil liberties, and clinical data acquisition and analysis includes Dr. Martin Kulldorff (co-author of Great Barrington Declaration), Dr. Asseem Malhotra (UK Cardiologist, joining us remotely), Dr. Joel Wallskog (co-founder React19), Todd Zywicki, ’88 (professor, Antonin Scalia Law School), Brook Jackson (clinical trial expert and whistleblower) and the Vermont-based Dr. Sandy Reider (founding member, Physicians for Informed Consent). The panelists will discuss scientific, ethical, and legal considerations of college Covid-19 vaccine mandates, with a focus on the impact of mandates on personal health, public health, and individual liberties. The roundtable event is free and open to Dartmouth students, faculty, and administration, and to the general public on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance registration is required. Those unable to attend in person can access a livestream and recording of the event.
Mr. Kennedy will address the audience immediately following the panel discussion.
“These are critical topics,” said Robert Kennedy, Jr. “I am grateful to the organizers for convening this important meeting.”