We’re Excited!

Editor’s note. The following comes from Kentucky Right to Life Association, NRLC’s state affiliate. A special outreach to students across Kentucky has been underway since last autumn, led by KRLA Asst. Director Dr. Brian Shoemaker. Slowly but surely a Kentucky Teens for Life Coalition (KyTLC) is building! Brian’s recent trips to Lexington, Somerset, and Ashland, …

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Kansans for Life convention success, with well-attended tracks for Latinos and Teens

By Kathy Ostrowski For a long time, Kansas was on the map as an abortion-friendly state. But the persistence of pro-life Kansans reversed that, and that indomitable spirit was on display Saturday at Kansans for Life’s state convention. A big turnout at the Wichita Hyatt Regency began with a prayer breakfast and closed with a …

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Transfixed Watching Pro-Life Young People Make the Case for Life

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. It is no secret to readers of National Right to Life News that rare is the issue where we don’t have at least one story about the marvelous cadres of young people who give our Movement great confidence in the future. Thus this story fits perfectly into our year-long “Roe …

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Camps in Contrast: Black and White or Full Color?

By Joleigh Little, WTL Director, Wisconsin Teens for Life It has been quite a week of contrasts. On the heels of our return from last week’s National Right to Life Convention in Dallas, I received two different articles forwarded by colleagues from NRLC. One, a New York Times piece on a feminist youth camp in …

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