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Topics: March for Life

48 Pro-Life Organizations in Latin America Thank President Trump for Defending the Right to Life Abroad

Forty-eight pro-life organizations from across Latin America and Spain including PRI Latin America, have signed a letter thanking U.S. President Donald Trump for his pro-life leadership and for his administration’s commitment to defending the right to life on the international stage. The letter was signed by 49 pro-life leaders representing organizations in 16 countries including Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Spain.

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PRI Review 2016 (v26, n3) May/June

Lima in the Lead 1 A True Hate Crime 2 Fighting for Life in the West Indies 3 May I Send You This Gift? 4 Mother Angelica’s Legacy  6 From the Countries 7 Abortion is Never the Answer 8 PRI in the News 10 Development Desk 11 Correspondence  12

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March for Life in Lima Breaks All Records.

On Saturday, March 21st, 2015 more than a half million people marched in the streets of the Peruvian capital in defense of innocent unborn human life. Assisted and funded in part by the Latin American office of the Population Research Institute, the March for Life in Lima was a huge success. The March for Life in Lima has surpassed all of its records for pro-life marches and is now the largest pro-life march in all of …

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PRI President to Speak on Overpopulation at Georgetown Conference

Front Royal, VA, 1/23/13 – Steven Mosher is speaking this Saturday, January 26, at Georgetown University’s 14th Annual Cardinal O’Connor Conference for Life, “the nation’s largest student-run pro-life Conference.” As a part of the March for Life weekend events, Georgetown will bring together many of the top well-known leaders in the prolife movement. Mosher’s talk, entitled, “The Myth that Kills: Overpopulation as an Excuse for Genocide” takes a different angle at the issue of abortion. …

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Two Opportunities To See Steven Mosher on March For Life Weekend!

Thank you for your support of the work of the Institute! This Sunday, January 22nd, (the eve of the annual March for Life in Washington DC), PRI President Steven Mosher will speak at major pro-life student events, both of which will be held in Washington DC.

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The Rising Generation of Pro-Lifers

You’d never know it by watching the mainstream media, but every year on 22 January, over a hundred thousand Americans of all ages gather in Washington DC in the largest continuous peaceful protest in U.S. history and probably world history. For thirty-five years, millions of pro-life Americans have protested the decision that legalized abortion in the United States. The largest continuing holocaust in American history has cost an estimated fifty million American lives to date. …

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Old Media Misses the Mark As Youngsters March

Of course, ignoring the largest continuing protest in American history has become the status quo for most news sources, but this year many seemed to go out of their way to get things wrong. Vol. 12/No. 4 My wife has a sort of faux-award that she occasionally bestows, called the “Golden Eyeball Award.” It is presented to people who, for some reason or another, inexplicably miss seeing something that is sitting directly in front of …

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For the Record…

“Planned Parenthood and the media love to tout the supposed pro-abortion mind-set of America’s young people. A video produced by the Population Research Institute (PRI) shows those claims are simply not true. “The five-minute video, released Sunday, documents last week’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., and the growing number of youths in attendance. “‘America’s youth are turning out in increasingly large numbers to attend this event, and we wanted to give them an opportunity …

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