Check out the wrap-up from the many Christmas Caroling Outreaches planned and run across the nation through Survivors event site, A ProLife Christmas Carol! Santa even turned out in Orange County, joining a local youth group. In Los Angeles and Birmingham, young women were moved to protect their preborn children, and the Inland Empire had a huge turnout!Read More
Join Survivors on both coasts! We're taking activism to the next level as we break in this New Year with a resounding shout for life. Raise your voices with ours, and get your feet moving as we March For Life in D.C., and Walk the Walk on the West Coast in San Francisco for the babies.Read More
Guest blogger, and sidewalk counselor, Laura Morrison, describes the horror of the late-term abortion industry in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
November 19, Albuquerque votes whether to BAN late-term abortions, or not. This is why it matters -- to you, to New Mexico, and most importantly, to our entire nation.Read More
Register for a one-time pro-life training and strategy summit in Denver, CO!
Survivors is taking our signature action-and-education model to Colorado -- don't miss out on key strategy to activating your community to save lives.Read More
Remember our preborn brothers and sisters at a graveside or memorial today: This memorial is a reminder that our fight as anti-abortion activists is a daily struggle not just for an ideology, but for individual human beingsRead More
Are you a Southern California resident?
Join Survivors on National Day of Remembrance For Aborted Children to memorialize the babies murdered by our American Holocaust.
Or create your own event, or find one near you, to honor these precious children.
The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance -- Brianna demands the #ABQ City Council look at the facts, and protect their city's children.
"Adopt this ordinance, Albuquerque. It not only protects children; it protects women from a very dangerous procedure. Fourteen women have gone to the E.R. in recent years from Southwestern Women's Options . . . Please protect women and children in Albuquerque."