From Our Director
I am looking forward to our Chers Bébés event tomorrow evening in Lafayette, where we raise funds for pro-life youth education in the Acadiana area. There is still some room if you can make it! See below.
40 Days for Life comes to a close this week, and we have seen lives saved in Baton Rouge, Shreveport, and New Orleans! We also know from experience that the full impact of 40 Days for Life is not seen at first.  Over time, we hear stories of people leaving abortion facilities just because there was someone who cared enough to spend their time on the sidewalk. The sacrifice of our time can influence people in ways we do not know!

So, beyond 40 Days for Life, how can you make an influence for life? We encourage you to continue to be a peaceful presence at abortion facilities. If you can't make it there, then make sure you are speaking up for the unborn. Your words and actions can make a difference!

For a Pro-Life Louisiana,
Benjamin Clapper
Chers Bébés

 Chers Bébés is Thursday! You Can Still Attend, Sponsor  

Chers Bébés: Acadiana's Soirée for Life, is Thursday, and there are several seats are available. Have you made plans yet to attend?
Fr. Boquet
Fr. Shenan Boquet, a native of Houma and president of Human Life Interna-tional, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Annette Domingue and Mr. Dud Lastrapes are this year's honorees. 
This year's event, sponsored by Acadiana and Louisiana Right to Life, will be held at Le Pavillon (1913 Kaliste Soloom Road) in Lafayette. Doors open at 6:30, and the event begins at 7 p.m. The event will benefit the Dr. Zerben Bienvenu and Dr. William Smith Fund for Acadiana Pro-Life Education.
Volunteers will also be on hand to provide babysitting services during the event.  
If you would like to attend or register your child or children for babysitting services, contact Krista Corbello at 337-366-1681 or krista@
You can also still sponsor the event by clicking below. 
Film Screenings
Film Screening

More Film Screenings Coming Soon!

The I Lived on Parker Avenue documentary film had successful pre-release public screenings in New Orleans and Baton Rouge last week.  If you missed those, there are a few more you can attend!

* LaPlace: Nov. 8 at 6 PM  (larger adoption event hosted by Archdiocese of N.O.)
Pro-Life Persuasion

We Can Bring Our
Pro-Life Persuasion Crash Course to You! 

Louisiana Right to Life recently conducted well-attended Pro-Life Persuasion Crash Courses in New Orleans and Lake Charle, and we can bring the course to your church or area upon request. Contact us for information at or call (866) 463-5433.  
Display Available
  Display Available for Your NOLA-Area Event
Reserve the "Cool Before You Were Born" display for you next event in the New Orleans area!

An incredible tool detailing the journey of life through the early stages of development, the "Cool Before You Were Born" display is a helpful pro-life educational tool for any setting. Standing just over 7-feet tall, the display is a powerful and persuasive resource for your church, school or upcoming event to show the value of human life in the womb in a friendly and educational enviroment.

If you would like to have the "Cool Before You Were Born" display showcased, contact Shanon Snyder at 504-835-6520.
40 Days for Life
40 Days for Life Fall Campaign ends Nov. 5

40 Days for Life campaigns in New Orleans, Shreveport, and Baton Rouge wind down this week after weeks of prayer vigils outside abortion and abortion-minded facilities. Many Louisiana residents have participated, and lives have been saved!

A closing event will be held in New Orleans on Sunday, Nov. 5, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Participants can tour the Woman's New Life Center's new facility, located next door to Planned Parenthood, at 4:30 p.m. At 5:30 attendees will gather in the parking pavilion at the center for a candlelight prayer service before moving to the vigil site in front of Planned Parenthood.

In Shreveport, the closing vigil will be held at dusk on Sunday Nov. 5. For information, check out the Shreveport Facebook  here.
PULSE Immersion Weekend
Early Bird Registration Ends TODAY for Next PULSE Immersion Weekend!   

PULSE Immersion for Youth
Dec. 1-3 in Eunice
Early Bird Price Ends TODAY, Nov. 1! 
Whistleblower Testimony

New Video: PP Gave Up Patient Information to Meet Baby Body Parts Quotas 
By The Center
for Medical Progress
Planned Parenthood revealed private patient medical information to third party contractors at StemExpress, LLC in order to meet the company's quotas for harvesting body parts from Planned Parenthood abortions, says a former StemExpress procurement technician in a new video from The Center for Medical Progress.
The new video, released Oct. 31, is the second in a new series of videos highlighting whistleblower testimony on the coordination between StemExpress and Planned Parenthood. 
Holly O'Donnell worked as a procurement technician for StemExpress inside some of the biggest Planned Parenthood surgical centers in northern California, drawing blood and dissecting organs from aborted fetuses, which the company then sold to research customers across the country.
"At the beginning of the day, we would let them know what we were looking for," says O'Donnell, describing the StemExpress work flow at Planned Parenthood. "There was a lot of coordination.
"We'd open up the Task Page, which, it shows you what the researchers want, how many specimens they want for that day or that week."
O'Donnell explains the online StemExpress Task Page, which listed customer orders for aborted fetal livers, brains, kidneys, and other body parts: "Roughly saying, it was like a grocery list of what to get for that day."
O'Donnell states that the Planned Parenthood clinic management would provide the StemExpress contractors with the private medical information of pregnant women coming into Planned Parenthood: "We'd go to the head nurse, let the nurses know, hey this is what I'm looking for today. They'd give you a sheet of the appointments, which women were coming in, and it would tell you how many patients, what time they were coming in, their name, and if they knew how far along they were."
O'Donnell also reveals that Planned Parenthood gave StemExpress access to patient medical charts and even to the clinics' computer network to download patient schedules across the entire Planned Parenthood affiliate. Emails from StemExpress management instruct procurement technicians: "EVERY Friday - please provide schedules for all the clinics you work in," and, "All computers have access to other clinics."
Last year, the House Energy & Commerce Committee's Select Investigative Panel referred StemExpress, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, and Planned Parenthood Northern California to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for five years of "systematic violations" of the HIPAA privacy rule in the organizations' aborted body parts harvesting program. "These violations occurred when the abortion clinics disclosed patients' individually identifiable health information to StemExpress to facilitate the TPB'S efforts to procure human fetal tissue for resale."
CMP project lead David Daleiden notes, "Planned Parenthood Mar Monte and Planned Parenthood Northern California together see approximately 300,000 patients each year. Over at least five years of operation, the StemExpress-Planned Parenthood scheme to sell baby body parts put the private health information of hundreds of thousands of pregnant women at risk."
In December, after over a year of nationwide investigation, the House Select Investigative Panel and the Senate Judiciary Committee both referred StemExpress, along with its business partners Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Planned Parenthood Northern California, and Planned Parenthood Federation of America, to the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice for further investigation and criminal prosecution. Over the summer, the FBI confirmed that the criminal referrals have been sent to multiple field offices for action.

To watch previous Center for Medical Progress undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood, click here.
To learn more about the Center for Medical Progress, click here
CENLA Breakfast
In Central Louisiana? Join Us at a Pro-Life Prayer Breakfast on Nov. 17  
Join Louisiana Right to Life for the second CENLA Pro-Life Prayer Breakfast Presented by Helping Hands Ministries on Friday, Nov. 17, at the Granberry Conference Center at Louisiana College.

The event will be held from 7:30-9 a.m. It is held to raise awareness and funds for promotion and development of the Life March CENLA, which will be held for the third time on Feb. 3, 2018.
Tickets are $20 for professionals and $10 for students. Tables of eight are also available for $160.
Questions? Contact: 
Pastor Brian Gunter  
Ryan Verret
What Are Our PULSE Teams Doing?
PULSE Teams are regional groups of pro-life students in high school and college who work together to learn and advance the pro-life cause!
The Lake Charles PULSE Team will meet Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Johnny's Pizza House, 4517 Nelson Road. Contact  Krista Corbello for information and to RSVP.
The New Orleans PULSE Team will meet Tuesday, Nov. 21 from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Louisiana Right to Life headquarters, 200 Robert E. Lee Blvd., New Orleans. The team will enjoy a Pro-Life Friendsgiving Potluck. Contact   T.J. Burgess for info and to RSVP. 
The Lafayette PULSE Team will meet Monday, Nov. 6 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Ground Pat'i, 2512 Kaliste Saloom Road. Contact  Krista Corbello for info and to RSVP.
Upcoming Events
Now - Nov. 5:
Jan. 20, 2018:
Life March South
Jan. 21, 2018:
Sanctity of Human Life Sunday 
Jan. 27, 2018:
Life March North
Feb. 3, 2018:
Life March Central
Feb. 23-25, 2018
PULSE Immersion Weekend BR
March 23-25 
PULSE Immersion Weekend Covington 
April 17, 2018:
Louisiana Right to Life     1.866.463.5433    @LARightToLife

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