Pro-Life Generation News

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06 Nov 2020

California Student Faces Harassment for Starting Students for Life Group

Brenna Lewis | November 6, 2020
  Instances of online harassment towards Students for Life groups have absolutely skyrocketed recently. It’s not like it wasn’t happening in years past; but our team at Students for Life is now receiving reports of internet hostility almost daily. Today’s comes from a public high school in California where Faith Rodriguez leads a brand-new Students for Life group. Immediately after starting the
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05 Nov 2020

Student Leads Charge to Make Lubbock, TX a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn”

Brenna Lewis | November 5, 2020
Guest post by Katherine Cochran, SFLA Industry Impact Captain in Texas Have you ever furrowed your brow and wondered how you could directly help save babies from the deathly grasp of abortion? I have. And then Planned Parenthood made a bold move: they announced they were opening a facility in my town of Lubbock, Texas. It was then I knew
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02 Nov 2020

Vandals with Zero Creativity Mess with Chalk in Louisiana

Brenna Lewis | November 2, 2020
  While student members of the Pro-Life Cajuns group at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette encourage voters with life-affirming chalk messages, they’re met with suppression and vandalism. Such is yet another attempt to silence pro-life students who want to use their voices to speak out in favor of the preborn, while also informing their peers about the issue. As the election quickly approaches, there are
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02 Nov 2020

Meet Lauren, a Colorado Mom Working to End Late-Term Abortion

Brenna Lewis | November 2, 2020
  Coloradans this election have the opportunity to vote on something BIG – and it’s all thanks to an army of pro-life advocates in the Denver area who made it happen. Currently, it’s legal in Colorado to abort a child up until birth for any reason. This beautiful, mountain state is one of seven states in the U.S. with this
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29 Oct 2020

What’s an Intolerant Pro-Choice Student’s Weapon of Choice? Cups of Water.

Brenna Lewis | October 29, 2020
  Life-affirming sidewalk chalking is a popular and powerful method to communicate the pro-life message. Yet it is sadly it’s become common for such messages to be wiped away by abortion supporters, even if it means silencing those whom they disagree with. These vandals used to be cowards in the night, erasing messages then disappearing. Nowadays, that isn’t always the case.
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28 Oct 2020

‘Unplanned’ Movie Shocks Student about the Reality of Abortion

Brenna Lewis | October 28, 2020
  The 2019 film ‘Unplanned’ which is about the intense conversion of Abby Johnson from Planned Parenthood director to pro-life activist has changed many minds about abortion. This is, in no small way, because the movie contains scenes of both chemical and surgical abortion – something many people know very little about. This was the case for a student on the
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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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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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15 Oct 2020

Pro-Life Students Harassed on Minnesota Campus During Life Chain Event

Mary Briganti | October 15, 2020
  Life Chain Sunday is known for its powerful, prayerful presence by thousands who stand in solidarity across the country to remember the preborn. Although groups are not always met with support, this event is generally a peaceful way to kick off Respect Life Month.  Not this year.   Winona Students for Life President Jamie Scherdin was interrupted and verbally harassed while making a social media post about the group’s presence at the
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