We are excited to debut out new Stand True DocuVideo made by our friends at The Halle Project.
Langston Hughes wrote a poem entitled, “I, Too” in which he dreamed of a day when African Americans would not be shunned. This simple poem speaks volumes about the human person and the struggle to attain equality. Corrie Ten Boom wrote a book entitled, “The Hiding Place” in which she talked about her days in a concentration camp. She was not Jewish; she was imprisoned and tortured for hiding Jews in her home because she believed they were equal human persons. Rosa Parks sat down and refused to get up a seat she was told she had no right to sit in. She decided that she was no longer going to be told that she was less human than anyone else on that bus. Anne Frank wrote in her diary, “I don’t think of all the misery but of the beauty that still remains” – this coming from a young woman having to live in a hidden apartment for two years because she was declared a non – human person. Martin Luther King, Jr. cried out, “I have a dream.” He believed in a world where men were not looked at as black or white, but as men. He believed we could live as equal human persons and destroy the prejudices that plagued mankind. What do all these people have in common? Some may say oppression. Oppression is certainly a word that can be used to describe all of their lives. Can you imagine yourself as a young girl like Anne Frank living in a small hidden apartment for two years, never allowed to leave for fear of certain death? Some may say determination. Langston Hughes was determined to see a day when our African American brothers would not be seen as less than any other American. Some may say courage. I can’t imagine the courage it took for Corrie Ten Boom to risk her own life and freedom for total strangers. She endured years of torture and even found a way to thank God for her bunk being infested with fleas, knowing it saved her from abuse. Some may say resolve. Oh, to see the resolve in the face of Rosa Parks on the bus that day! It would be amazing to see her claim her spot as an equal human person and refuse to be dehumanized. Some may say passion. Passion is one of the best words you can use to describe Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. When you hear his speech you can’t help but be moved. While all of these words are truly things these great humans had in common, there is one other thing that makes them stand out from others who have been dehumanized: their voice. They all had a voice and were able to use that voice to cry out for their lives, their freedom and their humanity. A voice is something that thousands of innocent people every day in America will never have. Can you imagine if a child in the womb Read More »
The Official March for Life Youth Rally is a Youth Outreach of the March for Life The March for Life Youth Rally is hosted by Stand True Pro-life Outreach, Priests for Life, Crossroads, Students for Life of America. When: Thursday, January 21st 2-5 PM Doors open at 1:30 PM Where: Renaissance Hotel – 9th St Nw Washington DC This event is free of charge – Reservations can be made here: March for Life. 10 minutes after the rally begins the open seats will be given away. There will be booths selling pro-life -t-shirts, stickers, books and more. 2016 March for Life Youth Rally Line Up Emceed by Bryan Kemper of Stand True and Destiny Herndon – De La Rosa of New Wave Feminists 1:30 Doors open with praise band playing 2:00 Opening Prayer – Father Stephen Imbarrato 2:05 Welcome and opening remarks – Bryan Kemper and Jeanne Mancini 2:15 Politics and the Pro-life Movement – Billy Valentine, Tom McClusky and Father Frank Pavone 2:35 Regret and aftermath from Planned Parenthood Abortions – Testimonies Silent No More 2:55 Men’s voices in the pro-life movement Ryan Bomberger, Matt Lockett and Kevin Burke 3:15 Music by Abby McIntyre and Shawn Welcome 3:30 Pro-life on Campus – Kristan Hawkins, RJ McVeigh and Beth Rahal 3:50 Key Note – David Bereit 4:10 Pro-life Activism Street, Online and Undercover – Eric Schiedler, Bryan Kemper and Lila Rose 4:30 Closing Prayer – Rev Pat Mahoney More Info e-mail email@example.com We are also excited to be cosponsoring the first annual West Coast Walk for Life Youth Rally with Students for Life of America Date: Saturday, January 23, 2016 Location: St. Mary’s Cathedral 1111 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA Time: 5pm – 6:30pm Youth Rally, 7pm – 9pm Voiceless the Movie Taylor Stearns, 2014 American Idol Hollywood Week Contestant, will welcome you into this pro-life party with awesome music! Then expect to be encouraged by pro-life leaders as we move to abolish abortion in our lifetime! Speakers Include: Fr. Frank Pavone, Priests for Life Bryan Kemper, Stand True Kristina Garza, The Vida Initiative Eva Munson, West Coast Walk for Life Missy Stone, Students for Life Timmerie Millington, Life Choices My Saint My Hero Thanks to Movie to Movement you can stay after the rally for a special screening of the not-yet-released movie, Voiceless. Be encouraged as one man puts it all on the line to stand for Life at an abortion clinic that moved in across the street from his building. Seating for the screening is limited so please be sure to RSVP to guarantee tickets for the screening. RSVP Here: https://sfla.webconnex.com/2016WCYouthRally
A new undercover video was released this morning by the Center for Medical Progress, further exposing the sales trade of human body parts for profit in America. In this video, Cate Dyer, the CEO of StemExpress is seen joking about fully intact babies and how to ship them. No matter how many claims of editing people want to throw out there, it is very clear what is going on in these conversations. One of the most glaring things talked about in this new video was volume, how many body parts are actually harvested from Planned Parenthood. Dyer talks about how much of a high volume organization Planned Parenthood is, which is in direct contradiction to one of Planned Parenthood’s biggest talking points, the “three percent” lie. Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life said, “We have consistently maintained that Planned Parenthood profits from the sale of baby body parts. This video shows that clearly. Making a profit on the sale of body parts is against federal law. Despite the convictions of some abortion advocates, Planned Parenthood is not above the law. It is time to hold them accountable for their actions, and it is time for us to hold our public officials accountable for their responsibility to properly investigate and prosecute this illegal enterprise.” After you watch this video, please share it on every social media channel you have. We are also excited to introduce the new, “Defund, Shutdown and Prosecute Planned Parenthood” t-shirt available now at prolifeworld.com
Abortion Supporters Plan Counter Protest On Saturday, August 22 public protests of Planned Parenthood (PP) abortion clinics and facilities will take place all over the United States. Thousands are expected to attend these protests with the purpose of creating awareness of the barbaric practice of abortion and the sale of aborted baby body parts — a scandal that has erupted in recent weeks due to undercover videos released by the Center for Medical Progress. Currently, there are over 300 cities in 47 states and 5 countries represented in the nationwide protest. What: Protest PP’s disrespect for human life, harvesting and selling of aborted baby parts Where: Over 300 Planned Parenthood facilities across America. (See cities) Stand True will be at the Dayton, Oh location – https://www.facebook.com/events/1466667340321902/ When: August 22, 2015 from 9:00am-11:00am For more information, go to ProtestPP.com Radical pro-abortion groups have organized counter protests in several cities. “We are going to be out there … it’s up to us to make a big noise,” Sunsara Taylor, founder of StopPatriarchy.org, said recently in the Washington Times. Recently released videos have shown the results of Planned Parenthood’s barbarous trade of killing babies and harvesting and selling their body parts. Mark Harrington, Created Equal’s National Director: “We don’t just want to defund Planned Parenthood; we want to defeat Planned Parenthood. We cannot only look to Washington, DC and our state governments to end the killing. It is up to each of us individually to take ownership over our own neighborhoods to stop Planned Parenthood and end abortion altogether.” #ProtestPP is the largest demonstration against Planned Parenthood in their 99 year history. Eric Scheidler of Pro-Life Action League: “These videos are exposing the American people to the truth about Planned Parenthood and the truth about abortion. How can you deny the humanity of a tiny person whose body parts are being harvested for medical use? Worse yet, how can you make jokes about it, like the Planned Parenthood doctors do in these videos? It’s time to cease all taxpayer funding of this corrupt organization.” #ProtestPP involves prayer, speakers and holding signs that read #PPSellSBabyParts. Monica M. Miller of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society comments: “When PP technicians are scavenging through the body parts of aborted babies to find tissue that they hope to sell, this adds a whole new gruesome and ghoulish layer to the already highly controversial practice of abortion in America. It’s bad enough that Planned Parenthood is profiting from abortions–but on top of that they exploit the bodies of their murder victims for additional revenue. It is the abortion providers themselves who describe what they do as violence.”