SPEAKER DETAILS

Kendall Nelson

Kendall Nelson works as a vaccine consultant, activist and writer for the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is also a documentary filmmaker engaged in directing, producing and distributing media that matters. With over twenty years of television and film experience, Nelson’s lifelong commitment is to bring about awareness through her work. Over fifteen million people have viewed her award-winning documentary The Greater Good that explores the controversy of vaccinations. Nelson is an advocate for the causes she cares most about including health freedom, simple living and real food. She is also an Idaho chapter board member of the International Women’s Forum.

PRESENTATION 

VACCINE FREEDOM, LEGISLATIVE UPDATES AND HOW TO TALK ABOUT VACCINES

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Kendall Nelson, director/producer of The Greater Good, a documentary about the vaccine controversy, speaks about her commitment to protect the basic human right to informed consent. Nelson explains how and why public health officials, politicians and pharmaceutical companies continue to push an ever-increasing, un-scientific vaccine agenda despite scientific evidence of harm. She takes a journalistic approach to reveal unpleasant truths about vaccine myths and conflicts of interest, while calling for an end to censorship, corruption and mandated vaccination. Nelson provides updates on vaccine legislation, especially in light of the recent coronavirus, and impending adult vaccine mandates. Nelson concludes with tips on how to talk with others about vaccines and gives practical advice on how you can help end the outdated, dangerous vaccine paradigm. Ultimately, as our civil liberties become ever more at risk, Nelson sends out a battle call. For the sake of our children and future generations, it is time to take action.

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Photography by Lisa Bianco-Davis