Wisconsin Right to Life mourns the death of pro-life activist Norma McCorvey, known as “Jane Roe” in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. McCorvey became an outspoken advocate for the right-to-life cause. McCorvey died at her assisted-living facility in Texas on Saturday, February 18th. She was 69. “While pro-abortion advocates …
Nothing is more “Wisconsin” than a snowstorm! While you’re stuck inside, whip up some cocoa, grab some cookies, and check out the pro-life things we recommend you do while we are all snowed in!
1.) Give your mom a call today. (Trust us, it’s always been too long since your last call.) Thank her for choosing life for you!
2.) Check in on any elderly neighbors. Too often those in frail conditions are forgotten or ignored, and your visit can save a life in this cold weather – or perhaps just give some well-appreciated company!
3.) Are you still looking for a last-min
November is here, and we have a great deal to be thankful for here at Wisconsin Right to Life. We are thankful for you, our generous donors, our tireless volunteers, our pro-life elected officials. And, Giving Tuesday.
Giving Tuesday is quickly approaching and, with it, the opportunity to give the greatest gift of all – life – to the most vulnerable members of our society.
Oct. 16, 2016 marks Planned Parenthood’s 100th birthday.
WRTL’s parent organization, National Right to Life, has put together an “action packet” to help expose Planned Parenthood’s REAL work: killing unborn babies.
More than 6.7 million lives have been lost in Planned Parenthood facilities. It is imperative that we expose what Planned Parenthood really does, and what they really stand for!
Suicide is an epidemic in our society. Every month, on the news, there are stories about people who, feeling their lives are worthless, have taken their lives. Many of us have been personally affected by the tragedy of suicide. We all agree that suicide is a horrible and tragic thing. Unless you’re living with a disability, it seems. Me Before You, starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claffin