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Playing Catch-Up

— Posted by John (September 27, 2007 at 3:55 pm)

Keeping up with all the developments surrounding the Aurora Planned Parenthood situation has been keeping us busy lately.

There are several things I’ve been wanting to post about for a while now, but am just getting around to it now.

Here are a few of those “several things”.

Pro-Life Memorial Day

Sponsored by American Life League, this annual event is this Monday, October 1. Even though it’s just a few days from now, it’s not too late to participate.

Get more information here.

Silent Day

Pro-Life Day of Silent Day Solidarity

Sponsored by Stand True Ministries, this is also an annual event, scheduled for Tuesday, October 23.

There’s more information here.

Equal Rights for Pro-Life Clubs

We’re often been asked by public school students if it’s possible to start a pro-life club at their school. The answer is yes.

Believe it or not, it’s sometimes even easier for public school students to start a pro-life club at their school than it is for students in a private school.

That’s because the Equal Access Act, passed by the U. S. Congress in 1984, prohibits nearly all public schools from discriminating against student-run clubs based on viewpoint.

Some schools have tried to discriminate against certain student clubs, but when they do, and when, in response, students challenge their schools in court, it’s students who consistently win.

Just last week, for example, a federal judge ruled that Farmington Hills High School in Farmington, Michigan must grant the school’s Bible club the same rights and privileges as other extracurricular clubs. Aaron Girder, the president and co-founder of the club, had sued his school after the administration denied his club these rights.

If you’re in a public school and you want to start a pro-life club at your school, or if you know someone who is, we’d be glad to help you do that. And if a school administrator tells you can’t start a pro-life club, say — respectfully — that you have a right to start one if you want to.

And if the administrator still says no, then talk to us. We know some great pro-life lawyers who would love to help you out.

Calling All Artists (and Poets, and Videographers, etc., etc.)

For those of you who are feeling especially creative, you won’t want to miss your chance to enter The 3rd Annual Margaret Sanger at the Ku Klux Klan Rally Art Contest.

Yes, it’s true: Margaret Sanger, the founder of the largest abortion provider in the country, Planned Parenthood, spoke to the Women’s Branch of the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey in 1926.

Full details on the contest are available at The Truth About Margaret Sanger.

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3 Comments on “Playing Catch-Up”

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  1. Veronica says:

    To all those reading this comment, please pray for this woman that she will find the peace of Christ and be not afraid to stand up for her baby’s rights, and her baby’s life and make the right decision…

    Hello friends,
    I have a prayer request if you would not mind passing it along.� I have a friend whose sister became severely clinically depressed after a miscarriage.
    Her doctors have now tried shock treatment to try to help her out since medications did not have any effect. The problem is that she is 20 weeks pregnant and her doctors have told her she should terminate the pregnancy due to her severe depression. Of course she is in no state of mind to make any sound judgement and I think her husband and family may be very confused. This was a planned pregnancy that they both wanted and continued to try to conceive even after her depression. The abortion is scheduled for Wednesday. My friend has talked to her sister and all her family as well as having done research on depression after abortion and has passed the information along to all. The abortion is still scheduled for Wednesday and she has asked that I pray for the baby and her family and doctors. Would you please join me in prayer and pass along this request to all who might pray for them as well.

    Comment posted September 28th, 2007 at 9:33 am
  2. rosie says:

    Veronica,
    Tell her to try accupuncture, it helped me a lot during my pregnancy.

    Comment posted October 1st, 2007 at 2:38 pm
  3. rosie says:

    Here’s a link you can send them…
    http://www.ahrq.gov/research/may05/0505RA16.htm

    Comment posted October 1st, 2007 at 2:42 pm