"This June 24, we return to Dallas, where Roe v. Wade was originally filed, to reclaim and build upon the pro-life feminist narrative, and to lead the next great wave—because all people are equal. All choices are not. Every child deserves life, and women deserve better than abortion," she added.
Feminists for Life of America is proud to be a cosponsor of the first national "Pro-life Women's Conference: Reclaiming the Narrative," hosted by And Then There Were None and the Alice Paul Group, from June 24-26 in Dallas.
This event, created by former Planned Parenthood executive director Abby Johnson, is an event by women, for women. Her announcement on the website declares, "We seek to come together to proclaim that women's empowerment cannot be bought by sacrificing the lives of others. We are reclaiming our voices as the grassroots of the pro-life movement and showing the world that the pro-choice ideology does not speak for us. We are here to say that we are pro-woman and pro-life."
This event includes powerful presentations, fellowship, friendship, and fun that promises to be unrivaled and unforgettable. There will have panels and breakout sessions including topics on pro-life activism, adoption, advocacy, sex trafficking, sidewalk counseling, pro-life media, grassroots organizing, natural fertility care, and more.
On Friday morning, FFL President Serrin M. Foster will help to kick off the weekend by delivering the morning keynote address and will speak again at the VIP reception on Friday night as she reclaims our pro-life feminist history and pro-woman solutions at her presentation titled, "Women Deserve Better Than Abortion."
Serrin has led Feminists for Life since 1994. Serrin served on the National Taskforce Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, which worked to pass the Violence Against Women Act, and she also testified before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee in support of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, also known as “Laci and Conner’s Law.”
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