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The Anchorage School District actively promotes charitable giving to Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the state. Through the district’s “Charitable Giving Campaign,” it encourages district employees to give to select local “charities” and nonprofits, which are matched in part by the United Way. The annual fundraiser brought in more than $58,000 from school district employees last year, according to the district’s website. “This effort makes a significant difference in the lives of many...

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Thanks to a new Trump administration ruling, Planned Parenthood clinics in Alaska and around the country are now reeling from the loss of millions in federal dollars. The largest provider of abortions in Alaska and the nation has refused to comply with the new rule that prohibits it from providing or referring for abortions if it wishes to continue receiving federal grants under the Title X program. Last week the U.S. Office of Population Affairs...

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The following list of upcoming events is provided to help Alaskans make a positive difference for life, family and faith in Alaska.   NATIONAL SPEAKERS SET FOR ALASKA FAMILY COUNCIL FUNDRAISERS “Contending for the Faith” is the title of two upcoming fall fundraising banquets for the Alaska Family Council/Action. The group is one of the largest pro-life and pro-family organizations in the state. It works to promote political candidates and laws that affirm the sanctity...

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Despite serious health risks, Planned Parenthood continues to direct Alaska women to self-administer chemical abortions. These procedures are on the rise in Alaska and across many parts of the country. Seen as an alternative to surgical abortions, the chemical alternative involves a mother taking a mix of powerful synthetic hormones outside of a clinical setting. The first drug, mifepristone causes an unborn child’s nourishing placenta to detach from the uterine wall which results in the...

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The following roundup of news briefs and upcoming events are aimed at helping Alaskans engage the wider culture as we seek the common good. PRO-LIFE ANCHORAGE PREGNANCY CENTER TO HOLD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER Each year Anchorage’s Community Pregnancy Center serves the community by providing personal care, helpful resources, and hope through Jesus Christ to women facing pregnancy decisions in Alaska. The pro-life outreach is hosting its fall fundraising dinner on Friday, Oct. 25, at Grace Christian...

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Roughly 50 pro-life advocates braved cool fall temperatures outside the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Anchorage on Sept. 25 for the start of a 40-day campaign of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion in Alaska. The event was one of more than 500 happening around the world during the annual 40-Days for Life campaign, which occurs each spring and fall. Gathered with others along the heavily trafficked Lake Otis Blvd., one Anchorage woman...

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Abortion rates in Alaska appear to have fallen by more than 30% in recent years. This is according to the latest research from the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion research company that works closely with Planned Parenthood. The new report indicates that U.S. abortion rates have dropped 19% overall between 2011 and 2017 to reach the lowest point since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decisions that legalized abortion throughout the country. While many pro-life advocates are...

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Alaskans from all walks of life will gather again this fall outside of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Anchorage and Soldotna to peacefully pray for unborn babies and to help mothers choose life. The upcoming prayer vigils, Sept. 25-Nov. 3, are part of an international campaign by the group 40 Days for Life. Each fall, for the past 13 years thousands have gathered outside of hundreds of abortion clinics across the country. More than 60...

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The State of Alaska continues to promote a teen dating violence awareness campaign that directs teens and educators to abortion provider Planned Parenthood, and provides links to websites that explicitly teach youth how to explore various forms of “safe” sex. In observance of “Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month,” the state pushed an initiative called Stand Up Speak Up Alaska, a multi-media educational campaign and website that offers promotional materials, videos, links and resources...

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