We must rise above the stigma

By: Reagan Nielsen, SFLA Midwest Regional Coordinator In April, I attended the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City for the premiere of the documentary,Abortion: Stories Women Tell. I was followed for this documentary, along with two other pro-life women, and was shown in my everyday life working for Students for Life of America. The…

Let me be clear by Kristan Hawkins

Last night, things changed in the race for the presidency. These indeed are unprecedented times in the history of our nation. But no matter who you are rooting for in November, there is one thing I think each of us has to keep in mind: Politics won’t save them. While many of us use our…

2017 Conference Preview!

As a member of the Pro-Life Generation, you are heroic because you are speaking for those who voiceless and who cannot possibly defend themselves. This is the brand new theme of our 2017 National Conferences next January. We will be celebrating YOU and giving you more resources than ever to continue being heroic. This is…

Getting shoved at the Supreme Court

Friends, Before I begin telling you what happened on Wednesday, can you make a tax-dedutible gift of $16, $32, or even $116 right now to our 2016 Supreme Court Fund? On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard what will be the most important abortion case since I was in elementary school. And because of you, Students for…

Announcing Our New Regional Coordinators

We are excited to announce our newest additions to the Students for Life of America team, Ryan Eyrich, Jake Simon, and Brenna Hartwell! Ryan Eyrich grew up in Augusta, GA and plans to graduate in May of 2016 with a BA in History and a double minor in both Government and Economics. Ryan has always…

In Response to the Colorado Shooting

We do not know the details of the situation in Colorado. One thing is for certain: We at Students for Life of America condemn violence of any kind against Planned Parenthood, abortionists, or any abortion industry workers. The pro-life position advocates peace and dialogue with those of opposing viewpoints, never violence. People using violence to…