Two Angry Moms Launches Grassroots Groupsite
Mar 11, 2011 02:56PM
Two Angry Moms, the organization, and the film, that has garned nationwide media attention for exposing the shortcomings of the school cafeteria and placing the power to change squarely in the hands of parents, has just launched a powerful new tool this month. Introducing AngryMoms.Groupsite.com, a social networking site designed to connect and empower like-minded parents and others at a grassroots, regional or local school district level.
Now parents can connect with people in their local area to organize, host a screening and create a local movement. They can also participate in forums to discuss issues such as the results of their screening, their kids' school food environment, local school food issues, government regulations, and other related subjects such as school gardens. Screening dates and events can be posted on the shared calendar, and photos from events and school food experiences can be uploaded and shared as well.
Two Angry Moms was founded by Amy Kalafa, of Georgetown, CT.
For more information visit TwoAngryMoms.org, or to connect and unite with other Fairfield parents, go to AngryMoms.Groupsite.com. Just scroll down near the bottom of the home page and you’ll see where you can join the Fairfield County group, which was the first local group created on this new national resource.