Going on Tour to a College Near You!
Greetings!

Our cutting-edge "They're Human Too" Exhibit is going on tour to nine college campuses over the next two months!

The exhibit's mission is simple: Change hearts and minds for life! Check out our video to get a feel for the exhibit.

Please pray for Kandace Landreneau, our College Director, as she tours this exhibit around the state with our awesome college students at each campus. Check out her listing of locations and learn more about the exhibit!

For a Pro-Life Louisiana,
Benjamin Clapper

P.S. Make sure you go to the polls on March 20 to vote for two Congressional seats and more! Learn more about what might be on your ballot and where the candidates stand!
Join Us This Sunday on Facebook for Special Program for Down Syndrome Day!
Did you know that 90% of children diagnosed with Down Syndrome in the womb are aborted worldwide? Sunday, March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day, and Louisiana Right to Life, along with Louisiana Black Advocates for Life, will host a special Facebook Live discussion at 5 p.m. with Louisiana parents and their children with Down Syndrome. Learn how the families suffered from the pressure to abort, their brave embrace of their new lives with Down Syndrome, and the activism and awareness they are involved in with state law, schools, health care, parental resources, and more.

Screenings of the New Movie Roe v. Wade
Planned This Month Around Louisiana
The movie Roe v. Wade, partially filmed in Louisiana, will become available to the public in April both digitally and by video on demand. But you can see it first this month at screenings in West Monroe, Dry Prong, and Metairie. A screening will also be held in Covington, but it is already full! Roe v. Wade features actors Jon Voight, Robert Davi, John Schneider, Stacey Dash, Al Robertson, and more, and tells the untold true story of the legalization of abortion in America through the eyes of Dr. Bernard Nathanson.

Louisiana Right to Life joins Catholic leaders in Louisiana in finding the newly released Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine more morally compromised than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. A line of stem cells procured from abortions performed more than 30 years ago is being used in the production of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, while these same stem cells were not included in the production of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.
There's still time to register for the Southeast PULSE Weekend Immersion, set for Friday, March 26 to Sunday, March 28 at Camp Istrouma near Baton Rouge. Can't make that one? The Greater New Orleans PULSE Weekend is April 9-11 in Covington. At these events, high school and college students will be educated, trained, and inspired to become pro-life leaders. There is hands-on activism, games, our famous PULSE Coffee House, and other activities!
Catholic High School in Baton Rouge recently hosted our Cemetery of the Innocents display. These pink and blue flags serve as a reminder of the 2,500 unborn babies killed every day in America. Louisiana Pro-Life clubs get the display approved to set up on their campus for at least a week so that all students can reflect on this injustice and be motivated to do something about it. Email us for information on securing the display.
Three special legislative elections are being held during the March 20 election in Louisiana. A special election is being in the Jefferson Parish area to fill the House District 82 seat following the resignation of former Rep. Charles Henry. Voters in U.S. Congressional Districts 2 and 5 will also elect a new representative to replace Cedric Richmond, who joined the Biden Administration, and the late Luke Letlow, respectively.
Applications for the 2020-21 Pro-Life Youth Leadership Award, a $1,000 scholarship given by St. Tammany Right to Life, are now being accepted. This annual scholarship is given to a high school senior who lives in St. Tammany Parish and attends a St. Tammany high school or homeschool who will graduate in May.
March is Women's History Month, and Louisiana Right to Life is celebrating some of the incredible pro-life women who came before us! Women like Susan B. Anthony, Victoria Claflin Woodhull, Alice Paul and others are being recognized on our Facebook page this month for their pro-life leadership.
Louisiana Right to Life is now selling pro-life face masks! This unique and playful face mask shows the beauty of life! Strap size can be adjusted (even to fit a child), and moldable nose wire lets you customize the fit. Masks are $10 (includes shipping).
Would you like to add another T-shirt to your closet and continue helping spread the pro-life message in your community? Our new Special Edition pink Preaux Life T-shirt is available for 2021! Shirts are $12 (includes shipping). Check out our store for this and other products.
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