L’Chaim! Fighting for Life

children_250655326Here’s a short list of our favorite pro-life organizations:

Consistent Life is an international network of organizations and individuals committed to the protection of life, which is threatened by war, abortion, poverty, racism, capital punishment, and euthanasia. They serve the anti-violence community by connecting issues, building bridges, and strengthening the case against each kind of socially approved killing by consistently opposing them all.

Equal Justice USA is a national, grassroots organization working to build a criminal justice system that is fair, effective, and responsive to everyone impacted by crime. Town by town and state by state, we cut through the polarization and find common ground for lasting, real-world solutions that prevent violence and rebuild people’s lives in its aftermath, so that all of us can be safer.

Feminists for Nonviolent Choices is a secular pro-life, pro-woman organization that seeks to open minds to its philosophy of pro-life feminism, the belief that all people, by virtue of their human dignity, have a right to live without violence, from conception to natural death.

Feminists for Life recognizes that abortion is a reflection that our society has failed to meet the needs of women. They are dedicated to systematically eliminating the root causes that drive women to abortion—primarily lack of practical resources and support—through holistic, woman-centered solutions. Their motto is: “Women deserve better than abortion.” They provide speakers and materials for college campus events. Don’t miss their poignant speaker videos to hear directly from women who said no to the status quo.

Live Action is a youth-led movement dedicated to advancing life rights and the truth that all humans are created equal. They use educational presentations to celebrate life and undercover documentation to expose threats posed against the vulnerable and defenseless.

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