September Event-in-a-Box: #HelloHyde

This month we are excited to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment and participate in the #HelloHyde Campaign! The Hyde Amendment, which restricts taxpayer funding of abortion through the Medicaid program, has been in the news a lot lately. Over a million Americans owe their lives to it, and this is our chance…

Q&A with new Faith Foundations Director

Faith Foundations is a brand new program at Students for Life of America aimed at developing dynamic, thoughtful and persuasive pro-life leaders in Catholic and Christian high schools. Lauren Castillo is heading it up and here is a Q&A with her so she can tell you in her own words about the program, its goals,…

What the #ProLifeGen Did All Summer

By Reagan Barklage, SFLA Midwest Regional Director Students for Life of America is the nation’s largest pro-life youth organization in the nation, the home of the Pro-Life Generation. While we may do a majority of our public work during the school year, the summers are really no less busy. Even though school is out, our…

5 Tips to Successful Recruiting on Campus

The first couple of weeks of the semester are the most crucial to recruiting new members for your club. It may feel like an overwhelming task, but we’ve put together simple but effective tips to help you have a successful recruiting experience.  1 – Have Your Materials Back-to-school means crowded courtyards, fast-paced students eager to get to…

Top 12 Pro-Life Books Everyone Should Read

Looking for some quality reading material to further your pro-life education, brush up on pro-life history or be inspired to go out onto your campus and make abortion unthinkable? We already had a list of great books but we wanted to add some others and poll our staff for their suggestions on the must-read pro-life…

Great Success for Nat’l #ProLifeGen Sidewalk Day!

Over 30 different abortion facilities saw the Pro-Life Generation outside on sidewalks praying for the women and their preborn babies and being advocates for life, standing as a representation for hope and compassion. For many students, it was the first time they engaged in sidewalk advocacy. Everyone was trained by Lauren Muzkya from Sidewalk Advocates for…