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23 Sep 2020

Students for Life of America’s “Sock the Vote” Campus Tour to Travel to 46 states explaining Why We Vote Pro-Life First

Kristi Hamrick | September 23, 2020
“Student leaders and SFLA team members will equip the Pro-Life Generation with the tools to activate voters who hate abortion so much, they will vote Pro-Life first,” said SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins. “We’ll be bringing 2,362 baby socks with us to each campus stop, representing the number of babies lost to us each day to the violence of abortion. And, now, with a vacancy at
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25 Jul 2020

Applications Are Open for Med & Law Students for Life Speaker Scholarships! 

Mary Briganti | July 25, 2020
  Pro-life medical and law students face unique challenges on their campuses. In the 2019-2020 school year, the Med & Law Students for Life Initiative reached over 400 students with speakers from across the country on a wide variety of topics.   This year, speakers will focus on the impact of chemical abortions.  First trimester abortions account for 91% of all abortions… and
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30 Jun 2020

When All Was Said and Done… Here’s What We Did This School Year!

Brenna Lewis | June 30, 2020
  When the school year started last fall, no one could’ve predicted the chaos that would ensue. We went from a regular semester with easy-going chatter about the end of the decade… to full-on pandemonium with a wide-spread infectious disease and riots in the streets. Many businesses and other organizations had to shut down. But shutting down isn’t really an
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06 May 2020

400 Pro-Life Law Students and Medical Students Receive Extra Training On Abolishing Abortion

Mary Briganti | May 6, 2020
The Med & Law Students for Life Speaking Tour hosted 17 events this year, reaching over 400 students, both on campus and online. Even amidst the pandemic, medical and law students continued to discuss abortion virtually with medical and law professionals across the country. Schools like St. Louis University School of Law, University of Kansas School of Medicine, and Baylor College of Medicine facilitated events on Zoom, hosting speakers from all
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