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29 Jul 2021

It Would Take 163 Arlington Cemeteries to Hold Every Baby Killed by Abortion Since Roe v. Wade

Brenna Lewis | July 29, 2021
For those who have been to Arlington Cemetery, you know the rich history of the place. Indeed, the tombs of Kennedy and Taft are simply at the top of a very long list of notable Americans who rest among its fields. And you know the immensity of the place—the identical stone graves that seem to stretch for miles on every
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29 Jul 2021

Newborn Abandoned in a Shoebox Has New Chance at Life Through Adoption

Brenna Lewis | July 29, 2021
  My name is Ayden Lincoln, and this is my story. I was born on October 28, 2002, in China, and immediately abandoned. However, the next day I was found in a shoebox at a train station. At the time, I weighed a mere three pounds and had my umbilical cord still attached. Upon being found, I was taken to an
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29 Jul 2021

From Toilet Seats to Congress – One Pro-Life Woman’s Journey

Brenna Lewis | July 29, 2021
  One of Students for Life Action (SFLAction, our sister organization)’s new recruits is Brooke Paz, a California native who has been involved with Students for Life since her own school days. This month, Brooke is celebrating SFLAction’s first in-person staff briefing on Capitol Hill since February 2020 (before the coronavirus struck)… and it was a huge success!     Brooke
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28 Jul 2021

These Abortion Facilities Offer “Student Discounts” for Aborting Babies

Brenna Lewis | July 28, 2021
  High schoolers and college students may expect a few dollars off a movie ticket or the bill at a local restaurant thanks to common student discounts. But, being enrolled in an educational institution can also shave some cost off of aborting a baby at two abortion facilities in Indiana: Whole Woman’s Health (WWH) in South Bend and Clinic for
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28 Jul 2021

Pro-Choice Sunday School Teacher CHANGES Her Mind After Talking to Us

Brenna Lewis | July 28, 2021
By Mary Carmen Zakrajsek, Indiana Regional Coordinator for Students for Life of America Yesterday afternoon, I took high school students with me to downtown Indianapolis to do some pro-life door knocking. It was hot and humid, and people were just getting home from work.   Ben Ice, senior high school student and co-president of Westfield Students for Life, knocked on
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23 Jul 2021

Two Students for Life Leaders “Biked for Babies” This Summer – Nearly 700 Miles!

Brenna Lewis | July 23, 2021
  Biking for Babies is an organization that uses long-distance bicycling journeys to raise awareness for the pro-life cause and funds for pregnancy resource centers. The first Biking for Babies event consisted of two people who biked 600 miles and raised $14,000 for a pregnancy center. Their work has expanded to national rides with legions of pro-life bicyclists. Over the
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22 Jul 2021

Chatham University STILL Has a School Building Named after a Genocidal Maniac

Brenna Lewis | July 22, 2021
  Recently, SFLA Regional Coordinator Lauren Marlowe met up with local Pittsburgh students to visit Chatham University because this school has been honoring Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, which kills more than three hundred thousand children every year. Chatham University had named a hall after Sanger and had a bust of Sanger to honor her “legacy.” Watch the
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20 Jul 2021

Abortion Chain With History of Health Violations Opens In McKinney, Texas 

Samantha Kamman | July 20, 2021
  Students for Life of America has recently learned a new abortion facility has opened its doors in McKinney, Texas. The facility is part of the Whole Women’s Health abortion chain, which is perhaps known best for challenging HB2, a 2013 Texas law that held abortion facilities to the same standards as ambulatory surgical centers. The law also required abortionists
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19 Jul 2021

Student’s Pro-Life Music Recital Helps Support EIGHT Local Women’s Centers

Brenna Lewis | July 19, 2021
Guest Post by Kathryn Amdahl, SFLA Hildegard Art Fellow My name is Kathryn and I am a junior at Eastern Washington University studying Piano Performance. I was a Hildegard Art Fellow during the 2020-2021 school year. This SFLA Fellowship encourages student artists to incorporate our pro-life values into our art. As part of the Fellowship, each fellow does a special
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14 Jul 2021

‘I’ll Never Recover From This Heartbreak’ Says Post-Abortive Olympic Athlete

Samantha Kamman | July 14, 2021
Both the entertainment and athletic industry heavily promote the false idea that women must choose between having a baby and pursuing vocational desires – a mindset that pits the rights of women against the rights of their children. In addition to bringing about the death of the woman’s child, the hollow remedy of abortion offered by these industries forces women
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