Thanks to everyone who has given so far to our End of Year Campaign! We still have a long way to go to reach our goal! If everyone reading this gives $10 we can reach our $125,000 goal long before the clock strikes midnight on December 31!
The year 2018 has been significant for PRI in protecting mothers and their unborn babies. Your support has helped bring an ultrasound to our family care center in Nigeria, produced a petition telling the UN, abortion is NOT a human right, and strengthened family values globally through our educational efforts. Over 500,000 visitors have already come here to find answers this year, a record year for pop.org! And, our social media outreach has brought the pro-life message of hope to millions, another record for you and your work with us!
None of this could have happened without you. And now more than ever, we need to make 2019 the strongest year to date for the pro-life movement. With the momentum now on our side, will you join with us in this work to protect life from conception till natural death?
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June 1, 1999
June 1, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 3 Dear Friend and Colleague: During times of war, population reduction programs often take on new names. We are concerned about reported instances of war crimes committed in Yugoslavia against the Kosovar population. Our concern over human rights abuses extends to within the refugee camps, even those policed by the United Nations. PRI calls upon the UNFPA to account for their actions within the refugee camps, and encourages our elected …
May 24, 1999
May 24, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 2 Dear Friend and Colleague: Contrary to claims made by the UNFPA that China’s government is ready to implement a “kinder, gentler” one-child policy, officials in China’s communist government state that measures are being taken to make the policy more strict than ever. Before the US Congress is the question to restore $25 million in US taxpayers’ dollars to the UNFPA to participate in population control programs in China. China’s …
Steven W. Mosher
May 17, 1999
May 17, 1999 Volume 1/ Number China, the UNFPA, and ‘Reproductive Rights’ Zhu Qingping begged not to be sent back to China. Eight months pregnant with her second child, she was certain that she would be aborted upon arrival. Let her remain in the immigration detention camp at Port Hedland, Australia, until she gave birth, she pleaded with government officials. After that her baby would be safe, and they could do what they wanted with …