Sometimes change isn’t good. The new iteration of a pro-abortion organization of law school students is worse than the previous version.
Law Students for Reproductive Justice expanded its mission and changed its name this year to If/When/How—as in, everyone should be allowed “to decide if, when, and how to create and sustain families.” You may recall our report last month, when this same group co-sponsored a pro-abortion conference at Georgetown.
In fact, student chapters exist at more than a dozen Catholic law schools. These students are being trained to reject the concept of justice for the unborn. Read and share our report on this terrible situation here.
Please also read and share these new reports on our website:
- In stark contrast to the universities embracing pro-abortion advocacy, the Newman Guide-recommended University of Mary was selected to lead the 2017 March for Life. Read about the importance of this “huge honor” for the campus community here.
- In his “Report Card” column this week, Matt Archbold highlights Dr. Dan Guernsey’s comments in the National Catholic Register about Donald Trump’s pick for Education Secretary, along with an essay by Ave Maria President Jim Towey celebrating the end of President Obama’s “sustained assault on religious liberty.” Hear, hear!.