Life Month: Be Not Afraid

“Every Life is Worth Living.” Hung above Red Square, one of Georgetown University’s most bustling centers, stretches a light blue and navy banner for all to see. For the next week, the banner will remain hung, reminding all who pass that October is Respect Life Month. Co-sponsored by Georgetown Right to Life and The Francis … Continue reading Life Month: Be Not Afraid

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Georgetown Right to Life’s Response to H*yas For Choice’s E-mail Statement

As we have in the past, this year presidents of Georgetown Right to Life reached out via email to the leadership of H*yas For Choice in hopes of beginning to mend the rift of animosity between our two groups. Recalling the multitude of shared values between our two organizations, we inquired if HFC might have … Continue reading Georgetown Right to Life’s Response to H*yas For Choice’s E-mail Statement

Refuting Planned Parenthood’s Latest Film

Last week television and movie director Joss Whedon released a short film, entitled UNLOCKED, in support of Planned Parenthood. The video presents three women, each facing her own battle. One is dying from cancer, another has an STD, and a third is a pregnant student having to turn down her full-ride acceptance to college. Whedon insinuates that … Continue reading Refuting Planned Parenthood’s Latest Film

The Science of the Pro-Life Movement: Life Begins at Conception

When does human life begin? This question is at the center of a heated debate raging in our country right now.  Some contest that life begins at birth. For these individuals, a child is not fully human, and thus not afforded any rights under the law, until he or she is born.  Others believe that … Continue reading The Science of the Pro-Life Movement: Life Begins at Conception

Reframing the Pro-Life Perception on Campus

From the hundreds of pink hues flooding through the streets of major U.S. cities during the Women’s Marches of 2016 to sit-down protests held in Congress in support of stricter gun laws, civil disobedience remains as prominent a form of objection today as it did 50 years ago. The pro-life movement is no exception: the … Continue reading Reframing the Pro-Life Perception on Campus

Spending My Summer at a Pregnancy Resource Center

This summer, I had the opportunity to volunteer at a pro-life pregnancy center in the metropolitan Detroit area. I have been active in Georgetown Right to Life and helped organize the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life in the past, but had never been involved in pro-life advocacy on a grassroots level. Deciding to volunteer for … Continue reading Spending My Summer at a Pregnancy Resource Center