Fight for the Innocent and Save Lives—Attend National Right to Life’s Convention July 5th and 6th in Charleston, South Carolina

Be sure to register early

By Abby Loftus

Maybe it’s the rapid-fire pace of the news cycle, or maybe it’s the social media world we all live in, but of late it seems as if I cannot keep up with the latest anti-life proposals. I find myself waking up each morning, thinking, “Will House (and Senate) Democrats continue to vote against innocent children born-alive from abortions? Will the people who advocate for ‘choice’ again veto a bill that only allows women to know they could potentially save their child if they’ve started but not completed the process of a chemical abortion?”

But that’s why National Right to Life exists—to thwart pro-abortion initiatives whenever and wherever they appear and to enact protective measures in the states and in Congress.

That is the blessing of working for National Right to Life, the largest pro-life group in the nation with 50 state affiliates and 3,000 local chapters. Along with the rest of the staff and grassroots pro-lifers like you, we work each and every day to protect the lives of innocent unborn children and the medically dependent elderly.

Like you, I work to fight for the forgotten members of our society. Like you, I work to fight abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and assisted suicide. We would be nowhere without our grassroots supporters –like those of you are reading this article.

So let me ask you, will you join us this year for the pro-life educational event of the year?

We will be hosting our annual convention in Charleston, South Carolina, July 5th-6th. You can register at nrlconvention.com.

We will kick it off with our opening Luncheon on the 5th, followed by workshops and general sessions, and ending with our closing banquet on the 6th.

With 48 workshops to choose from, it’s an embarrassment of riches. The 48 workshops available touch on abortion, assisted suicide and euthanasia, adoption, grassroots organizing, community outreach, lobbying, legislative strategies, political action, communications, Planned Parenthood, and much more.

The general sessions cannot be missed. Our first one will include Ashley Bratcher, the star of Unplanned who was also almost aborted; Melissa Coles, from the movie I Lived on Parker Avenue who almost chose abortion over life, and Tessya Whatley, who was an actress in the Gosnell movie and has an amazing personal story herself.

Another general session will feature state right to life leaders who have been at the forefront of fighting proposed abortion laws that would legalize abortion up until birth: Christina Fadden of New York State RTL; Olivia Turner of the Virginia Society for Human Life; Mary Beerworth of Vermont RTL; Barth Bracy of Rhode Island RTL, and also Melissa Ohden, an abortion survivor herself,

The hotel will have complimentary breakfast, free parking, free happy-hour each night, and more…this is an annual event that is like no other. We would love to see you there, fighting for what you believe in. Again, if you have gotten this far in the article, I know you are interested. Register now at nrlconvention.com and join us in Charleston for your July 4th weekend.

What better way to celebrate America than to fight for human rights?

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