Pro-Life Generation News

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23 Oct 2020

Students for Life Sent 205,000 Texts to Voters in ONE DAY!

Brenna Lewis | October 23, 2020
  Students for Life (in partnership with Students for Life Action) buckled down and sent over 205,000 text messages to encourage voters to #VoteProLifeFirst in one day! This amazing feat was a combined effort of SFLA team members and students, and no doubt had a huge impact on voters who haven’t yet decided how big an issue abortion is for
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21 Oct 2020

2020 National Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity

Mary Briganti | October 21, 2020
  Whether you are in school, or online with your classes this fall, you can still be a witness for the victims of abortion. Abortion has silenced so many voices in our nation, causing pain and suffering to be glossed over as if it is no big deal.  National Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity, a Stand True Project, is normally
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21 Oct 2020

“Yeetus that Feetus?” Pro-Choice Trolls Need Some Better Material

Brenna Lewis | October 21, 2020
  Cyber bullying (for lack of a better term) is the new frontier for pro-abortion aggression. Though Students for Life staff and students have many productive conversations about abortion every year, it’s certainly not always the case. Many abortion supporters on college campuses are unwilling to have a real discussion about it and prefer to troll, often with very dark
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21 Oct 2020

Why We Can’t ‘Cancel’ the Pro-Life Label

Brenna Lewis | October 21, 2020
  Here we go again. Yet another person wants to get rid of the “pro-life” label. “Why We Need To Cancel the Term ‘Pro-Life,’” by Elizabeth Broadbent, published in Scary Mommy, is not just any other example, but the worst there is. Broadbent might want to get rid of the pro-label because it doesn’t fit her standards, except Broadbent doesn’t
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20 Oct 2020

Pro-Life Advocates are More Likely To See Abortion as a “Critical Issue”

Brenna Lewis | October 20, 2020
  The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) released their 2020 American Values poll yesterday (see pages 64 & 65). In it, there’s a lot to digest, and we think we can offer some insight based on our own experience and polling. Here are the key findings in the PRRI poll: Six in ten Americans (60%) think that abortion should be
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20 Oct 2020

Students for Life is Making Sure This Pro-Life Democrat Comes Through for Amy Coney Barrett

Brenna Lewis | October 20, 2020
  This week, Students for Life of America team members traveled to several cities throughout West Virginia to urge Senator Joe Manchin to vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. These stops kicked off our Justice4Life tour, which will take place in 10 states throughout this week, as we make our enthusiasm and support heard for this judicial nominee.
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20 Oct 2020

What Reversing Roe v. Wade Means (and Doesn’t Mean)

Brenna Lewis | October 20, 2020
The 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion on demand through all nine months and for any reason (alongside its companion case, Doe v. Bolton) is known as Roe v. Wade. The only reason abortion up until birth is not the law of the land in every state is thanks to states’ abilities to enact their own abortion limits… though late-term abortion is the
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16 Oct 2020

ANNOUNCING: Chalk the Vote National Chalk Day Challenge

Mary Briganti | October 16, 2020
  Join the Chalk the Vote Challenge Tuesday, October 20th! Register here. As President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett navigates the hearing process of her confirmation, we will be traveling to key states with our #Justice4Life tour to educate on the importance of pro-life judges. So, for National Pro-Life Chalk Day, we need you to join these efforts
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15 Oct 2020

Meet the 2020-2021 Stevens Fellows

Mary Briganti | October 15, 2020
  Ten high school students are taking on projects in each of the Five Pillars throughout this school year that will impact campuses and communities across the country, both in person and digitally.  Meet these fellows: Aliyah Duran Liberty University Online Centreville, VA 2021 Aliyah is a senior homeschool student, taking courses online and will graduate next May. She is
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15 Oct 2020

Meet the 2020-2021 Wilberforce Fellows

Mary Briganti | October 15, 2020
  20 college students are taking on projects throughout this school year that will impact campuses and communities across the country, both in person and digitally.  Meet four of the fellows and their projects: Max Montana from Boston College will be taking on the “BC Diaper Deck Initiative”. Max noticed his campus doesn’t have diaper changing stations readily available in
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