SFLA’s ‘Christian Schools Project’ Gains National Media Attention 

Kristi Hamrick - 06 Jan 2022


In December, Students for Life of America (SFLA) launched the Christian Schools Project. The project is an extensive research deep-dive into all 784 Christian (Protestant and Catholic) colleges and universities in the United States to learn which ones are connected with the Planned Parenthood abortion behemoth, and how. The project is housed at SFLA’s Demetree Institute for Pro-Life Advancement. 



The bad news: More than 103 Christian colleges were promoting Planned Parenthood when we concluded our research phase.  

The good news: One in three of those “bad” schools cut ties with Planned Parenthood after we brough this problem to their attention and urged them to cut ties with the abortion industry.  

The project garnered some well-deserved attention from media. Following is a sampling of coverage. 



Kristan Hawkins penned an op-ed at The Federalist entitled, “How A Pro-Life Campaign Dramatically Cut The Number of Christian Colleges Working With Planned Parenthood.” Find it HERE 

SFLA spokeswoman Lauren Enriquez joined Owen Jensen of EWTN News Nightly to discuss findings. That interview is available HERE 

John Zmirak interviewed Lauren Enriquez at The Stream (HERE) and Zmirak joined conservative radio host Eric Metaxas on his Salem National radio program (HERE) to discuss the findings. 

Church Militant’s Evening News TV program highlighted the report in an interview with SFLA. That segment is available HERE. 



Kristan Hawkins joined Lutheran radio program Issues, Etc., to discuss the findings HERE, and Relevant Radio’s Catholic Drew Mariani Show HERE. 

Breitbart’s Dr. Susan Berry reported on the findings HERE.  

Both Ryan Foley of The Christian Post and Lauretta Brown of the National Catholic Register penned analyses of the findings HERE and HERE, respectively. 

Additional coverage came from The College Fix, Live Action News, LifeNews and American Family Radio 

Learn more about the Christian Schools Project and get involved in helping schools cut ties with Planned Parenthood at 

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