Starting a student organization can be daunting. Besides deciding when you are going to meet and what your group is going to do, universities require students to follow all sorts of rules and procedures before a group can gain official recognition. And once your group is up and running, you will need money to plan events, host speakers, and advance your message on campus. This memorandum from the Alliance Defense Fund (www.AllianceDefenseFund.org) addresses your rights to form and fund a student group at both public and private universities, and your rights to promote your pro-life message on campus.
SFLA & FDF have joined community efforts in Indianapolis, IN; Baltimore, MD; and Orlando, FL to use the forum of city streets now opened up as a place for free expression through governmental action or acceptance. “By definition, the First Amendment empowers citizens to peacefully express their views, not governments to choose what they want to hear,” said Students for Life of America’s Kristan Hawkins. “If you can only paint Black Lives Matter, you’re not free to speak. Black Preborn Lives matter too.” WASHINGTON D.C. (08-14-2020) – Students for Life of America & The Frederick Douglass Foundation along with community