Students for Life Event
Thursday, April 5, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
UPDATE: Due to unanticipated circumstances, Ms. Alveda King is no longer able to make the trip for the "How Can the Dream Survive?" discussion. Instead, LSFL plans to hold a general body meeting at noon on April 5, in room 1166. Everyone is welcome. Please come, share pizza and ice cream, and join the discussion on current events, what we are doing in our individual capacities as members for the pro-life movement on various fronts, as well as our plans for the future of our group.
This compelling question "How Can the Dream Survive?" impacts nations and generations of human beings, many of whom have experienced physical, emotional and spiritual oppression spanning the course of many lifetimes.
Alveda King, M.A., will bring hope, light and life to those who have pondered the issue of abortion and these unanswered questions: Is abortion a civil right? Is abortion good for women? What would Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. say about abortion? Who are the survivors? What about life, liberty and justice for all?
Alveda King is the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; daughter of Rev. A. D. King; and granddaughter of Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr. She will share her personal testimony with compassion and sensitivity. Love is a powerful force, and her message of life, love and justice resonates.
Sponsored by SLU Law Students for Life, SLU Med Students for Life and SLU Students for Life (undergrad). Food will be provided.