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Overheard at Lifest

A young lady stopped by our Lifest booth to thank us for the work we do. When her mother was 13, she was raped and became pregnant. While at a Planned Parenthood clinic, she began to have second thoughts and reached out to Wisconsin Right to Life. Needless to say, she did not go through …

Defunding Planned Parenthood: Closing a Loophole in Wisconsin

by Heather Weininger, WRTL Executive Director ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY SOCIETY OF ST. SEBASTIAN, July 15, 2021   The tie between medical students in the obstetrics residency programs across our country and Planned Parenthood runs deep. Since 2008, there has been an established relationship between Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc. and the University of Wisconsin Hospitals …

Wisconsin Right to Life Celebrates First Amendment Victory

On July 1st, the Supreme Court delivered a major victory for free speech in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta.  This decision defended freedom of association, as found in the First Amendment, and struck down a California statute that required charitable organizations and non-profits to disclose the names and information of their major donors.   The ruling was based on …

Marjorie Dannenfelser & Heather Weininger: Democrats in Congress failing to allow vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

Op-ed by Heather Weininger, WRTL Executive Director and Marjorie Dannenfelser, Susan B. Anthony List President ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY WISPOLITICS, June 30, 2021   The column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by WisOpinion.com. Our government’s most sacred duty is to safeguard the right to life for …

Teens Speak Out for Life through Teen Impact Writing Contest

The results are in! We’re pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Teen Impact Writing Contest. We received submissions from teens across the state who used their unique voices to stand for life and speak out against abortion, euthanasia, and unethical fetal stem cell use. While we had many wonderful submissions, our judges chose …

Clara’s Story

Editor’s Note: Clara is the 11-year-old daughter of Joleigh Little, the Region 5 & 6 Field Representative at Wisconsin Right to Life. You can read Clara’s full adoption story, told from Joleigh’s perspective, here. Her story below was originally shared in the May 2021 Teen Impact Subscription Box, which focused on creating a culture of …

Pro-life display at the Milwaukee School of Engineering vandalized

On the morning of May 4th, the pro-life student group at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) set up a memorial display for the more than 19 million black lives that have been taken by abortion since 1973. MSOE Right to Life students had received prior permission from school administration to place 3,000 flags, along …

It’s National Volunteer Month! (Part 4)

It’s National Volunteer Month! Throughout the month of April, we’ll be highlighting some of our great volunteers from around the state, and sharing how you can connect with the pro-life grassroots network in your community.  This week, we’re featuring 2 volunteers who recognize the importance of passing down their pro-life values to their children – …

It’s National Volunteer Month! (Part 3)

It’s National Volunteer Month! Throughout the month of April, we’ll be highlighting some of our great volunteers from around the state, and sharing how you can connect with the pro-life grassroots network in your community.  This week, we’re featuring 3 volunteers who take time out of their busy schedules to volunteer – Cindy from Juneau, …

It’s National Volunteer Month! (Part 2)

It’s National Volunteer Month! Throughout the month of April, we’ll be highlighting some of our great volunteers from around the state, and sharing how you can connect with the pro-life grassroots network in your community.  This week, we’re featuring 3 volunteers who helped start Wisconsin Right to Life chapters in their communities – Kim from …

It’s National Volunteer Month! (Part 1)

It’s National Volunteer Month! Throughout the month of April, we’ll be highlighting some of our great volunteers from around the state, and sharing how you can connect with the pro-life grassroots network in your community.  This week, we’re featuring 3 volunteers who give their time and talents to their local chapter or Life on Campus …

Unify for Life, to Support, Strengthen, and Empower.

by Judy Van Swol, Wisconsin Right to Life Director of Educational Outreach Pro-life work is not for the faint of heart. Directing two pregnancy centers in SE Wisconsin was the most rewarding work I have ever done; it was also the most challenging and humbling.  Fundraisers, events, client services, marketing, donor development, board recruitment, policy …

Unify for Life, Like our Future Depends on It.

“These [Teen Impact Boxes] push us to make a difference in our community, and truly see the impact one person can make. Sometimes, as teenagers, we can feel so insignificant. Like our opinions don’t matter and our voices aren’t being heard. These boxes empower us to be bold and speak the truth, no matter our …

COVID-19 VACCINES ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Covid-19 Vaccines – Ethical Considerations

There are various ethical considerations associated with Covid-19 vaccines, including, but not limited to, whether it is ethically responsible to receive the vaccine, the priority of who receives the vaccine first, and the equal distribution of the vaccine. While these are all important issues, this article will address whether it is ethically responsible to receive …

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