Sedlak to speak at Indiana events

September 26, 2007 09:00 AM

American Life League vice president Jim Sedlak will be speaking across Indiana over the course of the next week, presenting a series of talks on the history of Planned Parenthood, what the organization does, and how to fight it.

Jim Sedlak is the leading authority on America’s largest abortion chain.  Active in pro-life work since 1980, he retired from IBM in 1993 to devote himself full time to the defense of preborn children and was identified by Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) as one of the 15 "most active" fighters against Planned Parenthood sex education programs.  In 1994, Sedlak founded STOPP International, and in 1995, PPFA featured Jim in two segments of its anti-life film, Unholy Alliance.  Since then, Sedlak has spread the truth about Planned Parenthood across the nation in syndicated columns, on the radio, and on television.

Sedlak will deliver his first talk on Planned Parenthood to the Pro-Life Club of Valparaiso University on Sept 26, focusing on Planned Parenthood’s intentional targeting of college students.  After that, he will be heading to St. Mary Catholic Church in Griffith to educate the Lake County Right to Life on the history and activities of Planned Parenthood on Sept. 30.   

On October 1, Sedlak will be addressing a group in Indianapolis outside Planned Parenthood’s 75th anniversary gala.  “Planned Parenthood’s 75th anniversary is a celebration of killing for money,” said Sedlak.  “The controversial organization is staging this gala to mark its pocketing of hundreds of millions of dollars through the killing of babies by abortion.”  Sedlak completes his series with a presentation at a dinner and prayer event at St. Patrick Church in Kokomo on October 3.

Release issued: 26 Sep 07

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