The mission of Pro-Life Future and Students for Life of America includes training young people to become leaders in the pro-life movement. We have many ways to inspire and train young people including our National & Regional Conferences. The National conference has a young adult component to help equip you for the specific needs of your Pro-Life Future chapter. And while the SFLA Regional Conferences are more student focused, much of the training on topics such as pro-life apologetics and activism are great trainings for Pro-Life Future chapters, and the Regional Conferences are a great way to meet students and other community activists.
Earlier this month, an opinion editorial was posted on the New York Times by a mother defending her choice to have a late-term abortion following a bad prenatal diagnosis. Lyndsay Werking-Yip and her husband were told by doctors that their very wanted baby had brain abnormalities that would prevent a normal life. They immediately decided to abort, and at five months and one week, the deed was done. Clearly, there’s a lot to unpack here from the pro-life perspective. But, to preface… for an article in support of late-term abortion, she does one major thing right: she doesn’t demonize