In addition to Life Uninvited playing statewide on January 22, two ads are airing statewide in the final two weeks of January. The two ads focus on the stories of Shauna and Travon, who are both featured in Life Uninvited. To see more of Shauna and Travon’s story, visit our page for the Compassion Project.
A report released from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute on January 17 shows annual abortions declining to under 1 million in America. The estimated 926,200 abortions in 2014 is the lowest figure since 1974, and report showed the abortion rate at the lowest level since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton were decided in 1973. Both the Guttmacher reports and reports from the Centers for Disease Control show abortion has been declining since a high of 1.6 million in 1990.
Life Uninvited—our 30-minute documentary exploring the issue of rape and abortion—will be airing again in January. The documentary debuted last January and presents the experiences of four women. Each woman shares a different personal experience: three are themselves rape survivors, three were conceived through rape, one has had an abortion, one has a daughter conceived through rape. The documentary will air on every major media market in the state on January 8. Replays are scheduled for the weekend of January 14-15 and on January 22.
Protecting unborn children from the brutality of dismemberment abortions is a legislative priority for Michigan. A law is needed because D&E dismemberment abortions are as brutal as the partial-birth abortion method, which is now illegal in Michigan and the United States. Learn the facts about dismemberment abortions.
Top 10 reasons to defund Planned Parenthood
Contrary to their public relations spin, Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest provider and promoter of abortion. To read most reporting on Planned Parenthood, it is easy to see how many might believe the spin instead of facts. Here's the facts that show why prolife people should not be forced to fund Planned Parenthood.
Prolife women banned from women’s march
Contrary to popular opinion, you can be a feminist and prolife. A feminist is someone who supports the political, economic and social equality of the sexes; it doesn’t say anything about having to promote abortion. We are supposed to be living in a society that is more inclusive. In reality, we are living in a time when it is okay to exclude women from a women’s event because they want to include the unborn.
Flawed study examines mental health toll of abortion
A new study published in JAMA Psychiatry and the ensuing media coverage claims that women who have abortions have no mental health problems. The study from pro-abortion researchers has several glaring problems and conflicts with other studies showing the mental health risks