For Right to Life
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
The Theme Behind We Know Better Now In two weeks, HLA will release our brand new pro-life campus publication entitled We Know Better Now. We chose this theme to emphasize the fact that today's students are more pro-life than their parents and professors.
Many promises were made back in 1973 (the year abortion was legalized through all nine months across the country). Abortion proponents lied and today's young people know better now.
This publication focuses on the humanity of the unborn child and the gruesome realities of abortion.
Abortion hurts women. With over 50 million children aborted, millions of mothers must deal with the deaths of their babies as well as countless grieving fathers, grandparents, and siblings.
Abortion lasts a lifetime. Abortion has been legal for over 35 years and we now better understand the long-term physical and psychological risks of abortion. There is no such thing as an "easy way out" when it comes to killing a pre-born child.
To request a free sample of any of our publications, click here
Source: Human Life Alliance
Source URL: http://www.humanlife.org
The IFRL is the largest grassroots pro-life organization in Illinois. A non-profit organization, that serves as the state coordinating body for local pro-life chapters representing thousands of Illinois citizens working to restore respect for all human life in our society. The IFRL is composed of people of different political persuasions, various faiths and diverse economic, social and ethnic backgrounds. Since 1973 the Illinois Federation for Right to Life has been working to end abortion and restore legal protection to those members of the human family who are threatened by abortion, infanticide and euthanasia. Diverse though we are, we hold one common belief - that every human being has an inalienable right to life that is precious and must be protected. IFRL is dedicated to restoring the right to life to the unborn, and protection for the disabled and the elderly. Click here to learn more about the IFRL.