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Riley’s Story: Choosing Life, Choosing Adoption

My name is Riley, and I am 19 years old. I am the birth mother of two beautiful children whom I have chosen to place for adoption. I became pregnant with my son at 17, the summer before my senior year in high school. I was blessed to be embraced and supported by my family although they were disappointed. Many
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RA Kits- Real Answers for RAs

Resident advisors are leaders, role models, and friends. Throughout the semester, RAs are available to guide their fellow classmates through the whole college experience– the good, the bad, and the ugly. A big part of this job is knowing answers and resources that are going to solve their peers’ dilemmas. Sometimes, the questions are simple: How do I deal with my sloppy roommate? Where
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5+ Creative Ways to Advertise Resources

You surveyed your campus. You created a unique resource guide for your school… Now what?! Advertising pregnancy resources to your campus is an important and vital part of your group’s commitment to supporting pregnant and parenting classmates. Having created a resource guide, you already have all the information at the tip of your fingers. So now it’s up to you
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Enough with the Talk! Get out and CHALK.

Summer is over. Enough with the meetings and chit chat. Time for some action!  This September, Students for Life of America (SFLA) is challenging you to get out and CHALK. You can use this style of activism for all sorts of pro-life educational messaging, but let’s not forget your pregnancy resources! Chalking is a great, easy way to show your
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I’m So Pregnant!

For all the mamas out there, here’s a humorous parody about the joys and struggles of pregnancy in the 9th month. Check it out!   For more information about the Pregnant on Campus Initiative, please email Beth at pregnancyresources@studentsforlife.org
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Pregnant in College? Here are 5 Helpful Tips!

Pregnant and in college? This video offers some helpful tips for things that you can do to make your semester more manageable. Check it out! Questions? Comments? Contact our Pregnant on Campus Coordinator, Beth O’Malley.
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Teen Parents and HS Yearbooks: What’s your opinion?

In a two-page yearbook spread entitled, “I’m working a double shift,” Mesa High School featured their school’s teen parents with their children. Pictures of the young parents and their children were paired with a description about how difficult it is for young parents to balance parenthood and education. Here is the Chanel 12 News report of the controversy: In response to the
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It’s a GIRL: An unexpected adoption story

Ashley and Charles Baldwin got the surprise of their life when they learned that they would soon be the parents of a baby girl! Here is the story of two pro-life activists who have gone above and beyond to help a young mother and to save her baby girl: We received a phone call two weeks ago that has forever changed our
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Abuse, Violence, and Abortion: What can we do?

While abortion advocates spin the tale of “women’s rights” and “reproductive justice,” they have to knowingly ignore the truth to advance their agenda. More often than not, abortion decisions are not made freely or willingly; they are made out of fear and desperation. Despite years of slogans and rallies, legal abortion has not freed women. Abortion has opened the door for the exploitation
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Summer Break: Time for a Vacation from Outreach?

Summer is here! Finally, you can enjoy 3 months of glorious sunshine, zero homework assignments, and carefree days! Just. In. Time. Time to take a break from pro-life activism, volunteering at your local PRC, planning the group events… Now, I’m not saying that you must abandon all your summertime joy and relaxation! However, keep in mind that the abortion industry does not take a
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