Not welcome but we came anyway

When we heard about the Women’s March in Washington, DC back in November, we knew we wanted to go to be a voice for women betrayed by the abortion industry, for the most innocent and vulnerable preborn babies killed every day, and for the marginalized in our society that are overlooked because they have a…

New Resource: Conscience in Residency

Written by Ana-Maria Dumitru, national chair, Medical Students for Life Have you ever felt like you were the only person in the room who had a different opinion? Have you ever been afraid to speak up about something you fundamentally disagreed with? Have you ever wondered whether there would be room for you in the…

Free speech lawsuit filed by CSU Students for Life Group

In September of last year, the Colorado State University Students for Life group applied to the university for a “Diversity Grant” to host a speaker from the Equal Rights Institute on the topic of abortion and bodily rights. These grants are designed to enhance educational and cultural programming that “raise the awareness of differing perspectives,”…

New website lists Planned Parenthood charges, investigations

In July 2015, the Center for Medical Progress released the first undercover videos in a long series of investigations into the fetal trafficking industry, revealing the dark underbelly of the abortion industry, one that callously negotiated for the sale of body parts of aborted babies. Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, has been a major player…

Staying motivated to abolish abortion

By Katie Lodjic, Northwest Regional Coordinator Motivation. It comes in so many forms, especially when working in the pro-life movement. I see student groups motivated by exciting events like baby saves, a changed mind, or a successful campus display. Last week I saw another form of motivation. I was meeting with a new high school…