We know decision-makers listen to community voices. To make the right decision on lindane, officials at FDA need to hear from parents who refuse to use a pesticide-laden product on their child – and what you’re doing instead.
Your stories will also give Michiganders the real-world evidence and encouragement they’ll need to protect children in their state from lindane this spring.
We’ll then carry your voices with us to Geneva, Switzerland as PAN International makes a final push for a global lindane ban in May.
Here’s your chance to be a big part of this final push, and help protect the Arctic environment and children worldwide. Share your story below and email us directly with your photos and video.
To see stories already submitted by California parents, click here.
Include your full name, or first name & last initial, and the city where you live (this adds credibility to the stories)
Tell us how you’d like to be contacted for follow up questions (phone or email).
Story guidelines & thought-starters
How did you first learn about the dangers of lindane? How did you choose to beat lice without lindane? Describe what you did and how it worked. Note: Please try to tell your story in two paragraphs or less.
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