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The nonreligious pro-life movement waves away the significance of birth as essential to rights-bearing protection by focusing on an erroneous analogy between fetuses and other marginalized groups.
The pro-life movement has also tapped into federal abstinence funding by reincarnating many of its "crisis pregnancy centers" (CPCs) as providers of abstinence education.
As a liberal political movement focused on jurisprudence, activism, and ballot initiatives, the pro-life movement has obtained modest restrictions on abortion that have helped to reduce its incidence in America by nearly 25 percent since 1990.
I believe that the pro-life movement needs to re-emphasize adoption as one of the best possible alternatives to abortion, and support publicly our homes and facilities that assist expectant mothers with full adoption services," Mahony said.
Far too often, young people in the pro-life movement are referred to as "future pro-life leaders.
When Cantor and some national pro-life groups began discriminating against children conceived in rape, the base was left thinking that the establishment pro-life movement is more interested in saving politicians than saving babies.
When [Jim] Hughes [Campaign Life Coalition president, Toronto] became active in the pro-life movement 30 years ago" wrote Deborah Gyapong in The Catholic Register (August 28 edition), "Mr.
By abetting judicial activism, the Republican segment of the pro-life movement may sow the wind only to reap the whirlwind.
The pro-life movement in Britain and indeed Ireland is law abiding, and many watching would recognise the dangerous implications of this programme which could incite violence against so many pro-life people who spend hours of voluntary time helping women contemplating abortion and those who need help after an abortion.
A lawyer for Operation Rescue -- the 7-year-old organization that claims to "rescue" fetuses -- said the ruling "gives a stamp of legitimacy to the pro-life movement.
The high court settled this issue two years ago when it determined that the use of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute - a law designed to combat drug dealers and organized crime - was wrongly used against the pro-life movement.
With the New Year upon us, and 2015 having the potential to be a pivotal turning point for the pro-life movement, National Right to Life needs your help more than ever