Pro-Life Generation News

Category: Med & Law
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27 Jul 2020

Mom Chooses Life after Words of Encouragement from Students for Life

Brenna Lewis | July 27, 2020
  In an effort to make sure that all women needing support are getting the help they need, Student for Life’s Regional Coordinators have gotten creative and are responding to women seeking help in online platforms. Karlie Lodjic, our Washington Regional Coordinator, was just about to close out of one of the platforms when a post caught her eye titled,
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25 Jul 2020

10 Ways to Stop Planned Parenthood

Brenna Lewis | July 25, 2020
Sometimes, people ask us why we focus our efforts so heavily on Planned Parenthood. The answer is simple: they are the nation’s biggest abortion vendor. They commit about 1/3 of American abortions every year, and they are an extremely wealthy and well-connected propaganda machine. That is the simple answer… which, incidentally, leaves out decades of scandal, investigation, and harm to women.
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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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24 Jul 2020

Justice is Served: Pro-Choice Media Reach Settlement in Nick Sandmann’s Defamation Case

Brenna Lewis | July 24, 2020
  For a Catholic high schooler in northern Kentucky who’s had a wild ride for the past year and half, justice has finally been served. Nick Sandmann (and friends) were students at Covington Catholic High School who attended the 2019 March for Life and were doxxed/defamed by liberal media after an encounter with a professional Native American agitator. BOTH pro-choice
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24 Jul 2020

College Grad Upset That Her Catholic University Didn’t Give Her Birth Control

Jessica Nardi | July 24, 2020
  A recent college graduate wrote an article expressing her concern that her private Catholic school gave her a degree but denied her birth control, calling it “something just as important for my future.”  The author, Mattise Wood, described her experiences at Gonzaga University in Spokane Washington, explaining how the school’s health center did not provide her with birth control
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23 Jul 2020

“I almost killed my daughter!” Kanye Says Both He AND His Daughter Were Almost Aborted

Jessica Nardi | July 23, 2020
  In a highly emotional speech, Kanye West said in his recent presidential campaign event that he had wanted to abort his and wife Kim Kardashian West’s first child, North, but had a change of heart.  “My mom saved my life. My dad wanted to abort me,” said Kanye. “I almost killed my daughter!”  Kanye West Explains Why He Is
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22 Jul 2020

Students for Life Asks D.C. & NYC Mayors to Paint Pro-Life Message on Their Streets

Brenna Lewis | July 22, 2020
The mayors of New York City and Washington, D.C. have opened the streets of their cities for “public expression.” Consequently, Students for Life of America  is now requesting the opportunity to add our voices to those concerned about how people of color are treated in America. Black Lives do matter, born and preborn, as too many people are lost in
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21 Jul 2020

If the Country Wants to Stop Celebrating Racist Figures, It’s Time to Strike Out Sanger

Brenna Lewis | July 21, 2020
  Margaret Sanger pioneered the birth control movement and founded Planned Parenthood. There are dedications to her throughout the United States (and even on the planet Venus). She is highlighted as a feminist, humanist, and “hero” for human equality. Here are the top two (publicly-funded) places she is commemorated: Her bust is on display in the “Struggle for Justice” exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum.
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21 Jul 2020

New York Planned Parenthood Decides to Renounce Racism (In Name Only)

Brenna Lewis | July 21, 2020
  In a moderately surprising move, New York’s main Planned Parenthood abortion facility, the Margaret Sanger Health Center, has decided to remove their founder’s name because of her “harmful connections to the eugenics movement.” They are also looking into removing her name from a New York street, Margaret Sanger Square. It’s only moderately surprising because the abortion giant was forced
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20 Jul 2020

Meet the New 2020-2021 Student Spokespersons! 

Mary Briganti | July 20, 2020
  This June, five incredible students were chosen to represent the Pro-Life Generation as SFLA Student Spokespersons! These students are next-level leaders who will spend the year learning to communicate the pro-life message on a national platform by working one-on-one with pro-life experts in their field of interest. Each brings a unique story and set of skills to the position, and we can’t wait
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