Student’s for Life of America’s Wilberforce and Stevens Fellowships have officially begun!

  On July 6th-July 9th, seventeen students from across the country joined various top-notch pro-life speakers to grow in their apologetics, activism, and leadership on their campuses. From Kristan Hawkins to Jack Yoest, passion and leadership was contagious from beginning to end. Students arrived excited to learn, and quickly formed friendships that led to growth and…

Wyoming Students Just Made History

By Bethany Janzen, SFLA Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinator From the start of the legislative session in January, students in Wyoming were watching the pro-life bills as they were introduced and started moving through the Wyoming legislature. But they weren’t just watching. They were also acting. Just a bit of background: In late January, I spoke…

March for Life prep: Sign-Making

In less than 24 hours, the #ProLifeGen will be out in FULL FORCE at the March for Life.  Student groups across the country have been preparing for this day: buying extra handwarmers, stocking up on snacks, and of course… making signs! I crashed a sign-making party last night just to see what everyone was up…

Optimistic for a Pro-Life Future

By Hunter Estes, Events Coordinator, Georgetown University Right to Life. No matter what your feelings are on Donald Trump, his presidency presents an unprecedented opportunity to advance a comprehensive pro-life agenda. With pro-life leaders holding a majority in the House and Senate, Congress may now have a friend in the Oval Office who will sign…

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…

Winning the Pro-Life Generation One Meme at a Time

This op-ed by Kristan Hawkins originally appeared on Townhall.com Our culture has become celebrity-obsessed. Too often, what’s cool is more important than what is right. Unfortunately, we live in a world where our President calls Sandra Fluke on the phone, but ignores the families of Benghazi. Where he immediately comments on a basketball player coming…