ALL’s updated and newest sites offer exciting information, commentaries, blogs, and more! Our Culture of Life Studies Program provides a wealth of material for teachers, homeschoolers, and parents who want to help build a culture of life. At the ALL Life Defenders’ site, young adults will learn how to be leaders, how to stand up for their beliefs, and how to explain why being pro-life is vital to today’s society. Celebrate Life Magazine has a new website and blog featuring editor William Mahoney. Finally, visit our Stop Planned Parenthood International site to learn ways to rid your community of Planned Parenthood and its influences.
Judie Brown, president of American Life League, published two commentaries this week. They can be found on the ALL website, as well as on Renew America and LifeSiteNews.
Pro-Life Activism from Creation to Death—Jim Sedlak’s weekly radio program—may be heard live every Friday at noon (Eastern time) and is repeated on Saturdays at 11:00 p.m. and Mondays at 10:00 p.m. Archives are available for stream or download here.
American Life League and our programs continue to make a vital impact throughout the country. Through numerous media outlets, we are working to open hearts and teach about the culture of life. Below is a list of online sites featuring ALL content and personalities. We could not accomplish all we do without your generous support. Consider a gift to donate and further our efforts today!
Articles, interviews, and online interactions mentioning ALL and our projects this past week:
Pro-Life Group Calls Medical Journal’s Decision to Run Planned Parenthood’s Commentary Shameful
Georgetown’s Planned Parenthood Event Poses Danger to Students, Ignores USCCB’s Warnings
Pro-Life Leaders Slam Scandalous Georgetown Invite of Planned Parenthood CEO
'Mommy, What Is Abortion?': Talking to Your First Grader about Abortion
‘Life Is Precious School Edition’ Released for School and Classroom Use
Syndication partners posting ALL commentaries across the web this past week:
Cecile Richards Deludes with Unbelievable Persistence