Million Mamas Manifesto


Let us honor this sacred path of Mothering. This is the time for us to join together in sisterhood and brotherhood from a place of peace, love, truth, and inspired action. Let us stand together in service to what we want to see rather than what’s not working. This is our message to world leaders that all women, especially the mamas and children, families and the ones who care for our children are honored in our world.

The Constitution begins with We, the People. The Million Mamas Manifesto begins with ….

We, the Mamas, resolve to evolve..

a world where we have freedom over our own bodies and our lives ..

a world where every child is safe, fed, housed, clothed, loved, educated and celebrated..Address one, we bump into the others..

a world where compassionate parenting and empathy is the way..

a world where every child is our child..

a world where taking care of the children means taking care of the mamas..

a world where men are an integral and invaluable part of caring for the women and children providing a container of love, support and action ..

a world where we embrace our “seeming” differences with compassion and empathy ..

Imagine a million mamas, mothers and others, joining together for peace, information and celebration. All of us gathering to launch the Million Mamas Movement, a global movement to inspire, empower and engage mothers and others to bring greater peace to the planet for our children, ourselves and the next 7 generations. Let’s actively participate in the creation of a kind and just global society, where maternal well-being, women’s rights and children being fed, housed, clothed, educated and loved is as natural as breathing.

I stand on the shoulders of so many mothers and others who have inspired, uplifted and seen in me what I could not see in myself at the time. Some have helped me midwife this vision. Some will be present at the Million Mamas March and some will remain in my heart eternally. There are those I know personally and those I know in consciousness. Thank you Michael Bernard Beckwith, Rickie Byars Beckwith, Marianne Williamson, Dalai Lama, Julia Ward Howe, Martin Luther King, Jr., Gandhi, Kathy Eldon, Deborah Wilder, Gurmukh, Davi Khalsa, Ibu Robin Lim, Venerable Dyani Ywahoo, Grandma Twylah Nitsch, Tzadik Rosenberg-Greenberg, Beth Bontley, Snatum Sat Kaur, Celeste Ray, Jody Eisenmann, Norma Eckroate, Mary Good, Judith Owens-Lancaster, Carrie Gebbie, Lora O’Connor, Dawn Koss, Dee Turkali, Suzi Kesler Lula, Lissa Sprinkles, Hon. Diane Watson, Bev Bos, Jesse Koren, John and Joie-May Silvers and so many more.

I am deeply grateful and thankful for you and to you for your participation in this global movement of peace called the Million Mamas Movement.

Peace and blessings,
Wendy Silvers

About the Author | Wendy Silvers

Wendy considers her roles as the mother of a teenager and wife wonderful portals of transformation. She is a guest on many radio and tv shows, tele-summits and stages where she speaks about awakening the power of the Great Mother within you to improve our lives and world. Wendy has a thriving counseling practice in Southern California, writes for the Huffington Post and other online publications, speaks, and, teaches live and online programs.

Leave a Reply

2 comments to "Million Mamas Manifesto"

  • Thank you for sharing this, I have cried all the way through it, it is exactly the way I feel and what I believe! I am so on board with this!  XO

  • Adee Logan Alexander

    I am one of your late father-in-law Arthur Silvers’s many, rather distant cousins. I’ve been thinking abut Arthur recently because I’m just finishing a book about my grandmother, Adella Hunt Logan, whose sister Sarah Hunt Rogers was Arthur’s “madrina,” his step-grandmother who helped to raise him. I met Arthur about 30 years ago and we kept in touch for a while. Your husband John called to tell me that he’d died, but that’s the only time I’ve talked with him. Today I was writing an acknowledgment of Arthur’s assistance in my research, thought about the family, and that led me to you and Joie-May — named, of course, for her paternal grandmother.
    Just reaching out to say hello.
    Best wishes,
    Adele Logan Alexander