Join Feminists Choosing Life of New York at their 2nd annual fundraising luncheon at the Michaelangelo! Actress Margaret Colin and Christen Civiletto, Esq. and Eileen Rohan, Esq. will be in attendance. Learn more about the work of FCLNY and their upcoming events for 2020. Free for students. Contact email@example.com by September 15 to RSVP!
Join us at Yale University for 2 days of pro-life talks “to think more about this issue and whether there might be a better solution for women facing the difficulties of an unplanned pregnancy.” Free for Columbia and Barnard students who register at https://forms.gle/d8NZGPQmMeULfZXr7. Find more information at http://www.vitaetveritas.com/! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Join the Equal Rights Institute and pro-life activists from across the country in Lansing, MI for a day of talks by pro-life organizations, outreach workshops, and speaker panel. Topics will include pro-life apologetics, sidewalk counseling, high school activism, social media, pro-life careers, and street outreach. $25 for students. Register at https://www.protectlifemi.org/conference!
Join APRIL in Grand Rapids, MI, for “The Power of Rural”. APRIL is an organization helping people with disabilities and combatting elder abuse, euthanasia, and assisted suicide in rural communities. $400 for students. Learn more and register at https://www.april-rural.org/index.php/conference/2019-conference.
Those who register before September 1 will receive a free History Maker T-Shirt and special pricing of $45.99. Tickets for those who register after September 1 will increase to $55.99. Tickets include admission to the event and workshops, lunch, and a snack break.
Join FCLNY at Columbia’s Faculty House for a day-long discussion between pro-life and pro-choice feminist scholars. Keynote address by Erika Bachiochi in the morning. Pro-choice legal scholar Reva Siegel of Yale Law School has been invited to the conference. The keynotes will address the historical, philosophical, and legal foundations of pro-life and pro-choice feminism.
Join hundreds of other pro-lifers from around the country this summer. Hear from actress Ashley Bratcher, filmmaker Melissa Coles, abortion survivor Melissa Ohden, and pro-life activist Wesley Smith, J.D. at the 2019 NRLC in Charleston, SC. 2 days, 48 workshops, free breakfast. $65 for students. Register and find more information at http://nrlconvention.com/.
Calling all women! Join us at this 3-day conference for panels, workshops, and talks “by women and for women to proclaim that women's empowerment cannot be attained by the oppression of other human beings.” $75 for students. Register and find more information at http://www.prolifewomen.com/.
Hear from theological and medical experts concerning “contemporary cultural practices surrounding death and dying, the role of faith in end-of-life care, disparities in care, cost of care and patient goods, and lessons from the Netherlands for physician-assisted suicide.” $99 for students. Find more at https://cbhd.org/conf2019.
Use your talents to give a voice to the voiceless. 1 winner will receive free registration to the 2019 National Right to Life Convention and tickets to the opening Luncheon and Closing Banquet. The top 3 finalists get free entry into the LifeFest Film Festival in Hollywood, California. Submit your video at http://nrlconvention.com/video-contest/.
Join us in Times Square to stand up for life with thousands of others! Event includes live music, speakers, and a live 4D ultrasound of a pre-born baby. Register here: https://events.focusonthefamily.com/events/alive-from-new-york/?utm_source=Facebook%20Event&utm_medium=Facebook&utm_campaign=Alive%20from%20NY&utm_content=In%20Person&refcd=727602&fbclid=IwAR0HRqp8F5f2uCQj5asWdrcpGsOa-uVIcO_ZrxSxc95e0AfKfLw8wphvLoQ.
Join us at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square for a night of celebration of the accomplishments of pro-life leaders, journalists, religious leaders, and student activists. Tickets are free for students; if interested, email email@example.com. Dinner will be served.
Join us in Hamilton 411 for a free screening of the new film Gosnell. Dinner from Shake Shack will be served to attendees. For more information about the film, check out http://www.gosnellmovie.com.
The largest annual pro-life march in the United States held in Washington, D.C. featuring pro-life leaders and thousands of activists from a variety of ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. From marchforlife.org: “We march to end abortion, with the vision of a world where the beauty, dignity, and uniqueness of every human life are valued and protected.”