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SFLA To Host Multiple Events in Support of Mississippi Attorney General Fitch in Dobbs v. Jackson SCOTUS Case   

Kristi Hamrick - 24 Nov 2021


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SFLA To Host Multiple Events in Support of Mississippi Attorney General Fitch in Dobbs v. Jackson SCOTUS Case

“Our generation believes in what we’re doing. We’re pro-life,” said MS Attorney General Lynn Fitch on Kristan Hawkins’ Explicitly Pro-Life Podcast. “It’s such an exciting time. This is definitely the biggest case… probably of my lifetime, and certainly the biggest pro-life case that we’ve had in 50 years.”

WASHINGTON, D.C. (11-29-2021)—While the Supreme Court of the United States is hearing arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson, Students for Life of America will be hosting multiple events in Washington D.C. and Jackson, Mississippi, where pro-lifers will have options for in-person and online events. As Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch fights to defend limits on abortion before a baby can live outside the womb, the Pro-Life Generation will continue our track record of showing up in person at the Supreme Court to speak up for the least of these as well as providing virtual options.

This week’s events are the culmination of SFLA’s national See Me Now Live Ultrasound Bus Tour, which began in Mississippi and ends in Washington D.C. as a case challenging the egregiously wrong decisions that are Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton is debated.

“We want to see women and their children, born and preborn, protected and supported in the law and in our communities,” said Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins. “SFLA was founded as a post-Roe organization. We have been working toward this moment when the human rights atrocity of more than 62 million dead because of legalized abortion is finally addressed, with Roe reviewed, reversed, and the issue of abortion returned to the states.”

READY FOR A WORLD AFTER ROESFLA’s post-Roe plan for supporting women and their children, born and preborn, includes a national Campaign for Abortion Free Cities (CAFC) along with Standing with You, a 50-state support service for pregnant and parenting women. Check out Vice News’ ride-along with an CAFC activism day in Texas.


  • FOR DAY BEFORE STORIES with Activist B-Roll in Washington D.C.: Reporters and Producers looking for stories in behind-the-scenes preparation leading up to the case that may be the end of Roe v. Wade, can e-mail [email protected] or Kristi Hamrick at [email protected]
    • WASHINGTON D.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 4 p.m. ET: Join SFLA for a student prayer march around the Supreme Court. RSVP to join virtually here.
    • WASHINGTON D.C. on Wednesday, Dec. 1 beginning at 8 a.m. ET: Join SFLA at the Supreme Court for a pre-argument rally to be followed by post- argument reaction. Join the event online at Students for Life of America’s Facebook here.
  • JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI on Wednesday, Dec. 1 beginning at 7:45 a.m. Central: For an in-person WATCH PARTY co-sponsored by the Office of the Attorney General. Click here to RSVP for the event at the Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum in the Forestry Auditorium, 1150 Lakeland Drive.
  • ONLINE on Dec. 1 beginning at 10 a.m. ET: Listen in on oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson at the Supreme Court’s website here.

General Fitch recently appeared on SFLA president, Kristan Hawkins’ podcast, sharing her desire to overturn Roe v. Wade and  to fight on the behalf of all women when she argues at the Supreme Court.

“In this case, we want to talk about the women…how they no longer have to make a choice between their careers or having children,” said Fitch. “I’ve got three wonderful children as a single mom, and I’ve had the opportunity to move forward in my career and have the joy of my life in raising my children. And this is a state law question. The unelected judiciary do not need to be making those decisions for us.”

Pro-abortion supporters are expected around the Supreme Court. The Women’s March and others will be protesting the protection of preborn children from abortion violence. SFLA has recently and historically clashed with pro-abortion supporters and Women’s Marchers, as the pro-abortion supporters have stolen, threatenedassaulted, and cursed out pro-lifers, including telling a pro-life woman they hoped she would be raped.

“The violence of abortion is on full display in the increasing violence of abortion supporters,” said Hawkins, “but the Pro-Life Generation has the courage to confront opposition. We will not be silent on the human rights issue of our day – abortion.”

To Sign Up for the See Me Now LIVE from Scotus Rally, click here.

For interviews, contact Kristi Hamrick at [email protected] 


Students for Life Action (SFLAction), a 501c4, along with its sister organization, Students for Life of America (SFLA),a 501c3, make up the nation’s largest, pro-life, youth organization as well as operating a political and policy operation engaging people of all ages. Together they work to end abortion, the human rights issue of our day, and provide political, legal, and community support for women and their children, born and preborn. Headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA, SFLA has more than 1,250groups on middle, high school, college, university, medical and law school campuses in all 50 states. SFLA creates strategy, policy and programming that connects those most targeted for abortion with people ready to help and builds a framework for political engagement on their behalf. SFLA/SFLAction has more conversations with those most targeted by the abortion industry every day, week, and year than any other pro-life outreach in the world. Every week, Students for Life entities reach more than 2 million people across social media platforms to have nearly 200,000 digital conversations. Under the leadership of SFLA/SFLAction President Kristan Hawkins, who was recruited to build the organization, SFLA has grown over the last 15 years into a $15 million organization preparing for a Post-Roe America. 


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