FOR A POST-ROE AMERICA
Students for Life Action trains and mobilizes this generation of pro-life leaders to impact public policy and influence key elections in order to restrict & abolish abortion in America.
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WHO WE ARE
Since 2006, Students for Life of America has trained more than 100,000 student activists nationwide and currently supports more than 1,250 Students for Life groups in all 50 states. Students for Life Action is deploying these energetic, passionate members of the Pro-Life Generation to the front-lines of the battlefield, where the abortion industry has identified they are the most vulnerable — state-level politics. Students for Life Action empowers and utilizes our pro-life movement’s best, untapped resource — an army of young people across the nation — to kick the abortion industry out of schools and ensure key state political victories to make abortion unprofitable, restrict abortion access, and prepare for a post-Roe America.
Our strategy is simple: Elections. Laws. Leaders.
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“A strong defense of life is a vote winner,” Kristi Hamrick, chief media and policy strategist for Students for Life, one of the largest antiabortion groups, told our colleagues Dan Balz, Colby Itkowitz and Caroline Kitchener. “It energizes people.”
“Students for Life Action, one of the largest antiabortion organizations in the country, is aiming to reach 1 million potential voters between the ages of 18 and 35 before the election.”
“As a sole national pro-life organization, they put all their efforts and dedication into equipping college, high school, medical and law students to become an effective human rights advocate, particularly in battling today’s atrocity – abortion.”
“This messaging strategy has been effective, particularly among young people. Students for Life of America, which mostly recruits on high school and college campuses, started in 2006 and now has more than 1,200 chapters in all 50 states. In 2020, it partnered with other powerful conservative groups to launch its first National Pro-Life Summit; more than 2,000 young activists signed up to attend the day-long training in January. While the majority of Americans ages 18-29 support the right to abortion, the issue often isn’t a priority; in contrast, young people who oppose abortion are often passionate about the issue.”