A visit to National Right to Life shows English students how the American pro-life movement works to save babies and the medically vulnerable

NRLC was host to a group of students from England this week. Thirty-five students and the teachers from St. Benedict’s School in London spent an enthusiastic morning filled with questions and answers about how NRLC participates in both the legislative and political process in the United States. Olivia Gans Turner, Director of American Victims of …

Continue reading "A visit to National Right to Life shows English students how the American pro-life movement works to save babies and the medically vulnerable"

Physicians for Life attracts opposing students with diverse lectures and topics

By Allison Limmer, McGovern Medical School student Editor’s note. This appeared at Texas Right to Life. In medicine today, there is hardly a belief more unpopular than being Pro-Life. As I began my tenure as co-President of McGovern Medical School’s Physicians for Life student organization, I was acutely aware of this sentiment. Thus, club leadership …

Continue reading "Physicians for Life attracts opposing students with diverse lectures and topics"

Notre Dame Right to Life group offers support to pregnant and parenting students

By Cassy Fiano It’s a common pro-abortion claim: pro-lifers only care about the preborn baby while he or she is in the womb; once the baby is born, we don’t care what happens to the baby or to the mom. This is demonstrably false, of course — one only needs to look at resources offered …

Continue reading "Notre Dame Right to Life group offers support to pregnant and parenting students"

National Right to Life Academy students learn about Legislation and how to Lobby

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director In the five weeks they will attend the 2017 NRLC Academy this summer, there is virtually no component of how to be an effective pro-life advocate students will not learn–over and over and over again. That includes such real-life scenarios as waiting by the elevator for …

Continue reading "National Right to Life Academy students learn about Legislation and how to Lobby"

National Right to Life Academy empowers pro-life college students to make a difference

By Rai Rojas The National Right to Life Academy, a five-week summer program held at NRLC’s DC headquarters, trains pro-life student activists to become effective advocates for life. The ripple effect of the program’s graduates can be felt across the country. Over the five weeks of the program, pro-life students learn from the foremost leaders …

Continue reading "National Right to Life Academy empowers pro-life college students to make a difference"

National Right to Life speaks to students from London

By National Right to Life On October 19, National Right to Life Political Director Karen Cross spoke to 20 students from London’s St. Benedict’s School. Mike Joyce, head of politics at St. Benedict’s, said he wanted to introduce his students to “people and organizations directly involved in the U.S. political process so as to expose …

Continue reading "National Right to Life speaks to students from London"

Shaping the Future

By Carol Tobias, NRLC President Editor’s note. This story appeared in the current digital edition of National Right to Life News at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsFeb2016.pdf. The entire 40 page edition can be downloaded and/or forwarded to pro-life friends and family. Please enjoy the issue. In my column for the January issue of NRL News, I offered several …

Continue reading "Shaping the Future"

More Data Showing That Young People Are Pro-Life

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first ran back in 2006 but its conclusions remain valid and supplement what we wrote about today at “Debunking the stereotypes about abortion.” “Polls had shown that high school students are typically liberal on public issues. When they answered our most general questions on the issue, high school seniors …

Continue reading "More Data Showing That Young People Are Pro-Life"