- 'Forgotten Girls' Provides Critical Insight into Recent Boko Haram Kidnapping, Other Global Abuses
- Georgia Right to Life Responds to Call for New National Pro-life Group
- Little Flower Project rescues the least of these
- Susan B. Anthony List scores big with Supreme Court victory
While the world stands horrified at the kidnapping of more than 200 young girls in Nigeria by the terrorist group, Boko Haram, and rapes and deaths of women in India and Pakistan, "Forgotten Girls: Stories of Hope and Courage" provides critical insight and context for understanding the issues related to the oppression of women and girls in the developing world.
Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) President Daniel Becker today announced the formation of a new national pro-life organization, the National Personhood Alliance (NPA), a confederation of faith-based, pro-life organizations and leaders who believe pursuing Personhood is essential to protecting all innocent human beings in the 21st century.
Every year, thousands of children with birth defects, congential illnesses, and other medical needs are abandoned in hospitals, train stations, and other busy transport hubs. In many cases, these are rural and impoverished families who are tragically unable to afford the specialized care that their child needs.
The Supreme Court delivered a major victory on Monday to a pro life group that sought to challenge an Ohio law that bans campaign statements deemed to be false.