Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Announcing American Life League’s map room: Activism against Planned Parenthood

Announcing American Life League’s map room: Activism against Planned Parenthood


American Life League is happy to announce a new web tool for pro-lifers to communicate nationally and work together by conducting peaceful efforts in front of each and every Planned Parenthood throughout the country.


The American Life League’s Map Room is the official web page on Activism Against Planned Parenthood. Our goal is to save the innocent lives of the preborn. By doing this, ALL encourages all to reach out to the women who are arriving at clinics in a very peaceful and Christ-like manner.  


As STOPPers we also must pray for the conversion of Planned Parenthood employees.


If we want abortion to stop, we all need to take a very active role in educating others on the truth behind Planned Parenthood.


Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in America. During its 2005-2006 fiscal year, Planned Parenthood received $902.8 million. Clinic income, which means customer-paid dollars, came to $345.1 million and one-third of the clinic income is from performing surgical abortions.


We encourage all pro-lifers to take a stand and help shut them down.


One part in closing down Planned Parenthood is partaking in regular – daily or weekly – peaceful protests.


Simply click on a state and you will see all of the Planned Parenthoods that are in that state, including all of the known peaceful protests that are happening at each clinic. Visit and bookmark this page. It is a valuable resource enabling people around the country to work together to close down Planned Parenthood.


The information on this web site is based on the 2006 Planned Parenthood Annual Survey that American Life League conducts each year. If you notice that there are any errors on the reporting of the protests and/or clinics, please let us know at


ALL would like to thank all of those who are currently participating in peaceful protests across the country and especially those who are active in the 40 Days for Life campaign. We encourage all those to continue to hold prayerful vigils, even after the 40 days.


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