American Life League kicked off National Pro-Life T-Shirt Week with a bang. Photos of pro-life youth completing tasks for the annual photo challenge have been pouring in. Roll Call picked up on the Congressional photo challenge-bonus task #500-and interviewed ALL’s NPLTW project manager Rey Flores in the process.
This week, the legislature in the state of Michigan added a restriction to the state’s budget bill which states that any organization-like Planned Parenthood-that allows abortions will not be able to receive any state funding. In the past, Planned Parenthood received as much as $700,000 from the state. Although the legislators have shut that money down, the language in the budget bill will prevent any government official from circumventing the will of the legislature and of the citizens of Michigan.
American Life League, along with its more than 50 co-sponsor groups, kicked off ALL’s annual National Pro-Life T-Shirt Week photo contest today with an added bonus challenge that tasks pro-lifers to photograph themselves with a member of Congress while wearing a pro-life T-shirt.
By Rob Gasper
We are one week away from the 2015 March for Life. Thousands of pro-lifers make the trip each year to DC from all corners of the country, often braving snow and frigid temperatures, to give witness to the 57 million human lives killed by abortion.
By Rey Flores
We often hear that the youth are the future of the pro-life movement, but as Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life always reminds us, the youth are also the present of the pro-life movement.
American Life League honors Emilija Lapas, winner of the National Pro-Life T-Shirt Week poster contest. This event raises awareness of the national tragedy caused by abortion and the recurring violation of intrinsic human rights.
American Life League says the coolest national annual event for young pro-lifers (of any age!) is just around the corner-bigger and better-with new challenges and new prizes.
National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day started nine years ago on Monday, April 28, 2003, with the idea of choosing a day and having every pro-life student in America wear a pro-life shirt in order to show unity for our cause.