Sarah Palin to visit Omaha as part of Mom's March

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Former Governor of Alaska and 2008 Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will visit Omaha on Sept. 23 as part of the Mom's March, a march to counteract messages of "radical feminism."

The March, however, is not an actual march, it's an event to promote a message of hope and decency as we stand for truth, family, freedom and the Constitution, according to its website.

Kimberly Fletcher, the president and founder of Homemakers of America, is the organizer of the event. 

“I want to reach the mothers of America, especially the young mothers who still have children at home,” Fletcher told the Omaha World-Herald, “and help them realize their powerful influence in their homes, their communities, and our nation. The idea that motherhood is secondary or belittling is absurd.”

The Mom's March chose Omaha because the state of Nebraska and the Heartland represent the principles and values America was built on.

Candy Carson, Missy Robertson and Sam Sorbo are also scheduled to speak.

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