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21 Feb 2024

Smug Professor Harasses SFLA College Students at Florida International University

Jordan Estabrook | February 21, 2024
“She can kill it.”   While Students for Life of America at Florida International University (FIU) peacefully engaged in pro-life advocacy efforts, a pro-abortion professor had something different in mind. Instead of behaving like an adult, he decided to harass and insult SFLA students.    The SFLA FIU chapter tabled like they do every week in the student center. They encourage open conversations
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14 Feb 2024

How Abortion Harms Women: SFLA’s Best Clap Backs 

Jordan Estabrook | February 14, 2024
No matter how pro-abortion activists spin it, abortion hurts women in more ways than one.  And nobody knows that better than women.    Abortion radicals may scream about how Roe v. Wade’s reversal has only hurt and oppressed women. They may insist on how safe it is, even wanting Chemical Abortion Pills at the local Rite Aid and Walgreens.  
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14 Feb 2024

Students for Life of America Team Members Sign Letter in Opposition of Abortion Lobby’s Targeting of Black Community in the Atlanta Airport

Kristi Hamrick | February 14, 2024
This news release was reposted from our sister organization, Students for Life Action. It is “Troubling & Disturbing” That Pro-Abortion Advertising Frequently Features Black Women   “As a Black woman, the abortion industry’s transparent targeting of my community is deeply offensive. Why are Black women being singled out as unfit for motherhood? Why are Black babies’ intrinsic value being denied? The
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13 Feb 2024

Planned Parenthood Targeted Black Students and This Principal Had Something to Say 

Jordan Estabrook | February 13, 2024
Not all heroes wear capes, but some of them wear striped pantsuits while telling Planned Parenthood to stay away from their kids.  Despite Planned Parenthood’s eugenics and racist past, they still attempt to convince people that Margaret Sanger’s goal to reduce the Black population was either fictionalized or ancient history that no longer defines Planned Parenthood’s actual goals.   A
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09 Feb 2024

In Case You Missed It: The Guardian Profiles Students for Life of America at National Pro-Life Summit

Mattison Brooks | February 9, 2024
Though the 2024 National Pro-Life Summit was over two weeks ago, the media coverage keeps coming in. Most recently, The Guardian ran a lengthy video profile, showcasing why the Pro-Life Generation fights for life. It highlights the annual pro-life march in Washington D.C., the National Pro-Life Summit, hosted by Students for Life of America (SFLA), and an interview with SFLA President Kristan Hawkins.  Though the 2024 National Pro-Life
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09 Feb 2024

Man Attempts to Kill His Unborn Child with Chemical Abortion Pill, Gets Only 180 Days in Jail 

Jordan Estabrook | February 9, 2024
Imagine a father sneaks up on his child and poisons them. The child miraculously lives, but when he’s convicted, instead of being sentenced to 20 years, he only gets 180 days. The outrage would be enormous.   It’s as unbelievable as it sounds, but it’s a true story. In 2022, Mason Herring drugged his pregnant wife’s water with the Chemical
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08 Feb 2024

Unforeseen Blessings: Beverly’s Journey of Raising a Child with Trisomy 18 and Starting Verity’s Village 

Jordan Estabrook | February 8, 2024
Beverly Jacobson had other plans for her life. She dreamed of using her English education in schools to help teenagers and have a couple kids along the way. It didn’t include having nine children, much less one with Trisomy 18, but that’s precisely what happened. Little did she know she’d start Verity’s Village, a nationwide initiative to support Trisomy 18
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06 Feb 2024

Foster Care System is No Excuse for Abortion: Dre Greenlaw’s Inspiring Story of Adoption, NFL Career, and 2024 Super Bowl Journey 

Jordan Estabrook | February 6, 2024
Media outlets, including CNN, The Atlantic, Vox, and others, use the argument of a crowded foster care system to justify abortion. Here’s their argument in a nutshell: if we can’t care for them, we should kill them. If they have the potential for a bad, hard life, they’re better off dead.   It’s usually not said that plainly. Some disguise
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13 Dec 2023

The Texan Court-Ordered Abortion Saga is Finished with the Lone Star State Setting Pro-Life Precedent 

Caroline Wharton | December 13, 2023
GUEST POST: About a year and a half after Roe and Casey were reversed, fourteen states have now enshrined protections for preborn life in law, thanks to their pro-life legislatures. In the state of Texas, however, we have just seen the first (likely of many) legal challenges to these life-affirming state measures. Here’s what you need to know:   Plaintiff Kate
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12 Dec 2023

Time for a ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ Rerun: Amidst Christmas Preparation, New York College Launches Film Competition to Celebrate Abortion  

Caroline Wharton | December 12, 2023
Despite global preparation for the celebration of Christmas this year, one college in New York has decided they’re opting to celebrate abortion instead — isn’t that jolly ironic? During this time in which Christians commemorate the birth of Baby Jesus, reports show that Barnard College has chosen to instead applaud the fact that, through the violence of abortion, many preborn
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