Sunday, March 27, 2011

23 Days for Life: Day 2 --- Have You Heard of the Human Life Alliance

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Have you heard of the Human Life Alliance?

Promoting A Culture of Life

Human Life Alliance (HLA) is a non-profit, non-denominational, pro-life organization dedicated to protecting human life from the moment of conception until natural death.

Founded on April 2, 1977, by dedicated pro-life volunteers, HLA operates out of a small office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, employing only five full-time staff members. HLA keeps administrative and overhead costs to a minimum by relying on faithful volunteers and a student internship program as a vital part of the operational team.

HLA's priority project is to publish and distribute advertising supplements, focusing on abortion, euthanasia, and chastity, through mainstream media and college newspapers. Reaching a combined circulation of nearly 30 million copies over the past 14 years, these extremely powerful and creative advertising supplements are the cause of vigorous debate on high school and college campuses across the nation receiving widespread acclaim.

You Can Stop Injustice

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You Can Stop Injustice encourages everyone to recognize abortion as the greatest social justice issue of all time! The solid pro-life content in You Can Stop Injustice challenges young people to re-evaluate their opinions about abortion, its impact on women and men, and the humanity of the preborn child.
12 pages.

She's a Child, Not a Choice

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Equip pro-lifers in your community with the facts about the personhood of the preborn child and the consequences of abortion for women with the 20th anniversary edition of She’s a Child, Not a Choice. Learn the astonishing details of stem cell research, in vitro fertilization, eugenic abortion, and more. Great for your church or organization!

Did You Know?

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Abortion is the leading cause of death among African Americans. Did You Know? is shattering the silence of this great tragedy. Written by African Americans for the African American community, Did You Know? contains powerful articles written by leaders such as Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., Rev. Arnold Culbreath, Urban Outreach Director for Protecting Black Life, Dr. Johnny Hunter, National Director of Life Education and Research Network, Inc., and many others.
12 pages.


Endangered: Our Future in Peril

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Endangered reaches out to men and women considering abortion and educates them on the humanity of the preborn child and the consequences of abortion for women and men. It also goes more in depth to examine forced abortion, maternal mortality, feminism, and the funders and providers of abortion. This publication is a great resource to be used around the world.
12 pages.


Just for Girls/Just for Guys

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This trendy, double-sided flip magazine for teens presents the importance of abstinence until marriage. It covers a wide-variety of topics on sex, dating, and healthy relationships. You know teens will read both sides!
16 pages.


Imposed Death

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Imposed Death exposes common misunderstandings associated with Living Wills and end-of-life decisions. This publication documents society’s progress down the “slippery slope” of assisted suicide and euthanasia to dehumanize the elderly, disabled, and medically vulnerable.
12 pages.


Life Begins: An Amazing Adventure

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Teach grade school children about the humanity of the pre-born child. Life Begins is a delightful walk through the first nine months of life, narrated by two adventurous bunnies, Carl and Tickles. Children will love the antics of the comical narrators while learning important life-affirming information about how a baby grows inside a mother’s womb.
16 pages.


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