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26 Apr 2022

SFLA to Attend the 2022 Virginia March for Life on the Eve of What May Be the End of Roe

Caroline Wharton | April 26, 2022
MEDIA ADVISORY: Students for Life of America team members and the Pro-Life Generation will be participating in the 2022 Virginia March for Life from 11 a.m. ET to 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 27th, to support the preborn and protest the abortion industry.  “Roe v. Wade turned 49, but we won’t see it turn 50 as it is,” said Students for Life
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30 Mar 2022

Vote Union University to Receive the Christian Schools Standing With You Scholarship!

Caroline Wharton | March 30, 2022
In December, 2021, Students for Life of America’s (SFLA) Demetree Institute for Pro-Life Advancement released its Christian Schools Project, investigating all 784 Christian schools across the country to identify any ties these Christian institutions have to the nation’s largest abortion vendor, Planned Parenthood.  Click here to read the full research findings.  Another goal of the Christian Schools Project was to
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30 Mar 2022

SFLAction Testifies in Support of Alabama’s HB 401, the Every Mother Matters Act, Preparing For An America Without Roe

Lauren Enriquez | March 30, 2022
“EMMA provides the opportunity to tear down the information barrier standing between the pregnant woman and embracing the life of her child,” said Savanna Deretich, Public Relations & Policy Coordinator for Students for Life Action. “There is no downside to ensuring that pregnant women have access to all the information relevant to their circumstances before she makes the irreversible and often unwanted decision
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20 Jan 2021

North Dakota Judges Forced to Allow Down Syndrome Abortions Even Though They’re “Eugenic”

Brenna Lewis | January 20, 2021
  Something unusual happened recently in a courthouse in Fargo, North Dakota. Two federal appeals judges, Ralph Erickson and Bobby Shepherd, were reviewing an Arkansas bill that would make it illegal to target babies with Down Syndrome for abortion. They wanted the bill to be allowed. But a 1992 judicial precedent forced them to deem it unconstitutional. So what did
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21 Aug 2020

Questions & Answers with the Mother of a Child with Down Syndrome

Jessica Nardi | August 21, 2020
Some may react to a diagnosis of Down syndrome with fear, but for Ann Poirier, she sees it as a blessing in disguise in her beautiful daughter Alice. It seems that society’s problem with reacting negatively to babies who “rock an extra chromosome!” as Poirier says, is more with the stigma than the actual diagnosis. SFLA had the opportunity to
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