What messages do pro-lifers and “pro-choicers” send?

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This is adapted from a workshop I participated in entitled, “The Art of Pro-Life Persuasion: One Size does not fit all.”  To expect responsibility from the pro-abortionist, to look for mercy for the powerless from people who honestly believe our biggest problem today is that there is not enough “access” …

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LIFE Runners witness to thousands at marathon despite staff’s attempt to remove pro-life banner

A race director told the pro-life runners he would call the police to have their ‘Remember the Unborn’ banner removed, but the attempt to suppress the message was unsuccessful. INDIANAPOLIS — Pro-life runners witnessed to thousands at an Indianapolis marathon last Saturday, meeting with both resistance to and support of their “Remember the Unborn” message. Pat Castle, the founder …

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Here’s why the Pro-Life Movement has such staying power

By rebuilding a culture of life—one life-saving law, one life-giving heart, at a time. By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation As National Right to Life’s Pennsylvania affiliate, the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, prepares for its Celebrate Life Banque, I am struck by the pro-life movement’s staying power. I grew up with abortion being …

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23rd Annual Rose Dinner in West Virginia: a special emphasis on people with special needs

By Mary Anne Buchanan Communications Director, West Virginians for Life  Melissa Ortiz challenged all to be more sensitive to people with disabilities at the 23rd Annual Rose Dinner on Thursday night (November 11) sponsored by West Virginians for Life (WVFL). With humor and grace, who better than a “Ms. Wheelchair New York 2005” to call us …

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Awakened to the Humanity of the Preborn Child

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Pro-life activist Meredith Parente was awakened to the humanity of the preborn child some years ago. She began her advocacy journey with a local pro-life group in West Virginia. Today, Meredith heads something called the Magee Project, which is working through education and prayerful witness to …

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NFL star speaks powerful pro-life message: ‘There are no unplanned lives’

By Nancy Flanders Former NFL defensive end Kenyon Coleman recently spoke with Live Action during a man-on-the-street interview, revealing that he is deeply pro-life. He also spoke openly about his personal experience with abortion. “[Abortion is] taking a life,” he said. “I think that our culture has tried to turn it into a medical procedure …

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Proudly Pro-Life Awards Banquet, abortion mill closes

By Rhode Island Right to Life We are delighted to hold, once again, our (mostly) annual Proudly Pro-Life Awards Banquet (Rhode Island’s annual pro-life family reunion) on Thursday, November 18 at St. Patrick Academy in Providence. Please join us to honor Marilyn Brennan, Lisa Church, and “the women on the sidewalk.” Please also bring your pro-life memories and stories …

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Celebrating those who often serve at a cost – Pregnancy Help Appreciation Week kicks off

By Lisa Bourne Being the presence of life-affirming support each day for countless women facing unplanned pregnancy across the world is a vital undertaking, as lives born and unborn hang in the balance when a pregnancy decision is at hand.  Pregnancy help staff and volunteers take the formidable task on, doing so much of the …

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To the NAACP from a former member: Women and families in Texas – worldwide – deserve so much more than pro-abortion bias, lies

By Sylvia B Johnson-Matthews  Editor’s note: Sylvia B. Johnson-Matthews is the Executive Director of Houston Pregnancy Help Centers. The following is an open letter from Johnson-Matthews to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) regarding the NAACP’s Oct. 28 letter to all of the professional sports players’ associations in the U.S. urging …

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Men, misogyny, and hypocrisy: When the abortion debate is about you

Responding to criticisms of pro-lifers’ gender, motivations, and consistency By Paul Stark, Communications Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Discussions about important topics can become less about ideas and more about the people who express them. That’s often true in the abortion debate. Supporters of abortion don’t always defend abortion or critique the pro-life position. …

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