" Every A ProLife Christmas Carol event leaves me with resolve to go back to campuses, where we can end abortion by making it unthinkable. It reminds me that there is always more to do after Christmas. . ."Read More
Survivors dive into the last 72 hours . . . We want YOU to see what this campaign to end late-term abortion in the late-term capital of the world looks like! Check out the updates as they hit from Saturday and this morning!
It's not too late! You can join us there -- in person, or in prayer!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
Alhambra High School, CA - A shocked student finds the Campus Outreach Team outside of his school during dismissal. Upon seeing the images of abortion victims, his life is changed forever. He recounts his reaction and his new conviction to abolish abortion.
This is the impact of showing a holocaust for what it is.
Here at Survivors, we can safely say, we're not just survivors of abortion -- we're survivors of Planned Parenthood.
But do our peers know what Planned Parenthood is?
Join Survivors and Students For Life TOMORROW, Thursday, September 20, noon to midnight, to flood social media with THE PLANNED PARENTHOOD PROJECT.
How can you sum up Hell breaking loose? In about the same way I would sum up the Do You Know? Do You Care? Campaign in Albuquerque.
Just one word: success.
Hell broke loose. Because countless young people, ABQ citizens, and volunteers from fellow pro-life organization – came to Albuquerque to reach out with the truth about abortion.Read More
Abortionists in #ABQ twist compassion exactly as Hitler's regime in Nazi Germany did. The parallels are clear: Sella, in the documentary “After Tiller”, remarks, “I do think about what I do all the time. -- And at times. I struggle and at times I don't. But I always come back to the woman and what she's going through. And often . . . this baby had fetal abnormalities. Well I mean to be alive. -- horrific.”
Abortion dehumanizes a valuable human being -- because of size, because of race, because of disability. This is the height of intolerance.
We who came to Albuquerque, we have survived a holocaust. And we, as the youth of a nation, take that to heart -- what we survived, we will not allow others to suffer while we are silent!
Join us! We've taken the tools of Survivors Leadership Camp and effectively exposed the killing in Boyd's late-term clinic!Read More
Albuquerque, NM -- “Do you know?” they asked. That babies are legally murdered in your city up to birth? That 13% are born alive, and murdered in direct defiance of the Infant Born Alive Act? That Curtis Boyd, owner of the Southwestern Women’s Options abortuary says proudly, “I’m killing. Yes I am. I know that.”?Read More
Albuquerque, NM -- Late-term abortion capital of the U.S.
Three vans full of Survivors, a campaign partnering with prolife organizations from across the nation, youth canvassing and reaching every corner of #ABQ – we are turning ABQ into the new capital of pro-life action in the U.S.
What you don't know may not hurt you. What you don't know about Albuquerque, New Mexico, though, might just hurt someone else.
In Albuquerque, New Mexico abortion is wholly unregulated, highly costly, subsidised by NM tax dollars, and available late-term past 28 weeks and up to birth.Read More
When I stand up, I want people not to see me – but the plight of the preborn.
When I speak, I want people not to hear my voice – but the voice of the preborn, and their mothers, abused by abortion.
When I ask for help, I want people not to hear my need – but the need of my nation, bled dry, dehumanized, calloused, by the killing of defenceless children.
To be a pilot means to fly -- to be prolife means to engage in prolife action!Read More
On Thursday, June 20, Survivors 16th Annual Prolife Training Camp caravanned up to Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA, where the administration has just reversed policy and banned abortions at their facilities.
Well, obviously, you might say: hospitals save lives, right?
That's the common sense answer. But the truth is, most hospitals in the United States will perform the procedure that brutally dismembers a small human being in his or her mother's womb.
Now Hoag does save lives.
But on Thursday, a contact reached out to Camp with a flyer describing a pro-abortion protest of this courageous move by Hoag -- to take place at 5:00pm on the corner.
Survivors disgorged a fiery, excited passal of young people ages 13 to 30 . . . and Hannah Newman, first-time camper, was one of them. And Hannah Newman was one of nearly 70 young women there to support Hoag -- because abortion demeans, denigrates, and dehumanises women.
The moment you accept abortion, you take the stance that women are less-than, that women should kill their children to prove their equality with men, that women should risk their health so that men can use them without the responsibility of caring for a child.
Hannah is the generation that will abolish abortion.
Hannah took the tools given her in three days of intense training at Camp, and activated a street. Want to hear the noise the crown made in support of saving lives? Want to hear the voice this brave young woman gave to the voiceless preborn?
(Want to know the age gap between the Survivors and the pro-aborts? Average Survivor was 17. Average pro-abort was pushing 70.)
Listen. This is the voice that will shout down Roe v. Wade. It is young. It is loud.
And it survived for a moment such as this.
Thank you Hoag. And world? Meet Hannah.
Survivor of the Abortion Holocaust
Do you know what it takes to form a new generation of effective abortion abolitionists?
Join us daily on Facebook and the blog: This #SurvivorsProLifeTrainingCamp, we're following two or three of our campers on their journey through training and activism to leadership.
Some have come for a second time.
Some are here for their very first time.
Some came because they already have a commitment to protecting the preborn -- some because they're curious -- some because they're families have been involved in prolife work for a generation.
By the end of Camp, they are not just interested; not just committed; not just campers -- they are effective, intense, active leaders with the tools to end legalised child-killing in the United States.
Follow them on their journey through the blog and Facebook -- because they'll be telling you in their words, in real time, how Camp gives them the resource to fight this battle in videos and blogs!