In what appeared to be a response to a security guard's actions last Tuesday, around 20 women exercised their right to nurse their children at a federal building by holding a "nurse-in" at the Napa Social Security Office on Monday, according to the Napa Valley Register.
A security guard at the office last Tuesday, according to the Register, "told a breast-feeding mom to step outside to feed her baby, said Cherissa Lowgren, a mother who said she witnessed this event."
Deogracias Santos, a spokesman for the Social Security Administration, told the Register that the security officer might not have known of the law that allows women to breast feed on federal grounds.
What do you think? Do you think the "nurse-in" was a bit of a reach or a perfect reaction to last week's incident? Do you think the incident with the security guard could have easily been avoided? Tell us in the comments!