Pro-life students questioning nonsensical combo

Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Internet concept (http)A pro-life organization is continuing its campaign to convince faith-based schools to not connect with the nation's biggest abortion provider.

Students for Life, which has 1,300 chapters in all 50 states, launched a program a couple of years ago to approach faith-based colleges and universities that use Planned Parenthood as a resource for students.

"The College of St. Scholastica is a Catholic University in Minnesota, and we alerted them that on their sexual health resources tab on their website that they included Planned Parenthood as a place to go," Students for Life spokeswoman Kristi Hamrick shares as an example.

During the coronavirus pandemic, the abortion giant has closed many of its health centers to free up personnel and supplies for abortion services, including abortuaries near institutions of higher learning.

Hamrick

"Sometimes you don't know how Planned Parenthood got onto a website of a faith-based school, both Catholic and Protestant," Hamrick tells OneNewsNow. "Sometimes it's as simple as a phone call, when you let school officials know, 'Were you aware that you have an abortion vendor on your website?'"

Students for Life suggests the schools post websites like Pregnant on Campus or local pro-life pregnancy resource centers instead of Planned Parenthood.

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