Ohio Right to Life leads the national discussion on LIFE, and meeting notices

Ohio Right to Life leads the national discussion on LIFE, and meeting notices

It’s been a big month in pro-life news. It seems like everyone – the media, legislators, friends in casual conversation – is talking about abortion today, providing amazing opportunities to share the pro-life message!

We wanted to share this piece from the New York Times that is focused specifically on the very language we use to promote life, and why it is a winning message. While pro-abortion messengers try to muddy the definition of a baby’s beating heart in the womb, Ohio Right to Life is focused on clearly communicating what we are fighting for: innocent human lives.

“When we say, ‘Protect babies with a beating heart,’ we’ve found a way to overcome that tsunami of messaging from Planned Parenthood,” Mr. Gonidakis said of the prominent abortion rights group. “The power of words and repeating those words over and over again helps steer the debate and move the needle in your favor.”

Click here to read the article in it’s entirety.

Thank you for your consistent support, and we hope you will continue to help us educate more Ohioans about the value of every human life.

We also would like to invite you to our 2018 Annual Membership meeting. The Ohio Right to Life Society Annual Membership meeting for 2018 will be held on Friday, June 7th, from 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. in Columbus, Ohio. The meeting will take place at the Tree of Life Christian Schools offices which are located at 5000 Arlington Centre, Columbus, OH 43220. Four member trustees are to be elected at this meeting.


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  • Jamieson Gordon
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