Statement on Women’s March

“Unlike the Women’s March Organizers, Millennial and Generation Z women embrace their ability to succeed at home AND at work, rejecting the idea that unlimited abortion is required to have a successful life,” said SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins. WASHINGTON D.C. and FREDERICKSBURG, VA (01-17-18) – When Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins attempted to…

Joking About Abortion?

Written by Autumn Lindsey, SFLA Student Spokesperson An article posted online caught my eye. I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Sociologist calls for more abortion-based comedy? That sounded pretty cold and calculated. After reading the article, and learning about the author, I now understand this isn’t some small tactic. And this isn’t just one…

How To Defend Your Local PRC

The tide has turned, and the pro-life movement has gained incredible momentum over the past few years. With each local victory, national exposure of Planned Parenthood, and student group success, we are emboldening more Pro-Life Generation student leaders to rise up. And yet, with all these victories, we run into new challenges. Pro-choice advocates are…

Helping After Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has awakened the collective conscience of America to step up in extraordinary ways to serve and support those affected. As each day passes, we are confronted with more stories of victims being swept away by the currents and trapped in horrific conditions. At least 30 people lost their lives in this natural disaster,…

Pro-Life Chalkings Targeted

Recently, the Students for Life group at University of Idaho saw its pro-life chalking vandalized on Friday, August 25. The group chalked pro-life messages on Thursday, August 24, including “Pro-Woman, Pro-Life”, “Abortion hurts women”, and the names of pro-life feminists, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Mary Wollstonecraft. The chalking was at the Commons Plaza on campus; the…