We are the voice of the silent. We are advocates for justice. We are ALL IN for life. We are . . .
At the University of Michigan
Promoting and defending the dignity and protection of all human
life, from the moment of conception until natural death
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Students for Life at the University of Michigan capped off an active semester of dialogue and kicked off its Pregnant on Campus Initiative at last year's Gala, a major campaign that introduces the student body to the resources available for pregnant women and will support students facing an unplanned pregnancy by providing fiscal, material, and emotional support.
Thank you for all those who came and supported us at the Students for Life Inaugural Fundraising Gala. Because of you, it was a huge success! If you were not able to attend, and would like to offer support or make a donation, please check out our Support Us page. Additionally, if you would like to offer resources for our Pregnant on Campus initiative, or are seeking support yourself, please contact email@example.com.
Who We Are
Students for Life is the University of Michigan's leading pro-life activist group. Anyone who has a strong belief in the sanctity of life is welcome to join. We hold that human life is sacred from the very moment of conception until the last natural breath and that it is not only unreasonable but contrary to our Declaration of Independence to intentionally destroy human life, whether through abortion, embryonic stem cell research, or "mercy killing." We see these as injustices and brutal crimes that should not be committed in a civilized world, but most of all, we see them for what they are: the active murder of one human being by another.
What We Do
We have participated in the March for Life in Washington D.C. the past few years and participate in Life Chain yearly. Aside from that, SFL brings prominent speakers to campus, volunteers at Arbor Vitae Women's Center and at Mott's Children's Hospital, leads protests and vigils, and writes letters to campus publications.
How You Can Get Involved
Find us on facebook or contact one of our officers.