EXPECT is a new initiative of the Human Life Review that provides venues and intellectual support for young professionals and college students interested in pro-life issues.
EXPECT Events 2016-17
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Thursday, June 1, 2017
A great crowd was on hand to enjoy wine, food, raffle prizes, and a special tribute to Nat Hentoff with live jazz music.
Stay tuned for pictures! Read some great reviews here: http://www.humanlifereview.com/10725-2/
Ryan Bomberger, pro-life activist and founder of the Radiance Foundation will be at Columbia University to present his compelling story and information that proves Planned Parenthood targets black communities. Q&A and discussion will follow. This event is co-sponsored by Columbia Right to Life.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Columbia University student group Columbia Right to Life and EXPECT present “Transcending Partisan Politics in the Pro-Life Movement”. Join us at the Mathematics Building, Room 203 at 8:00pm.
A panel discussion featuring Professor Charles Camosy, Fordham University, Maria Maffucci, Human Life Review, Carol Crossed, philanthropist, Feminists Choosing Life New York, Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist, and moderated by Chris White, Catholic Voices, USA.
Monday, October 3, 2016
Franciscan University of Steubenville (Ohio): Talk on Abortion in the Black Community at the Veritas Center for Ethics in Public Life. Contact us for more details! email@example.com
Friday, September 30– Saturday, October 1, 2016
Join us at Yale University for the Vita et Veritas 4th Annual Pro-Life Conference. The theme this year is the global impact of abortion and other reproductive bio-ethical controversies.
- Conference includes a Friday banquet, Saturday breakfast and lunch for just $18 for students and $40 for adults! Register here.
- For more information go to http://www.lifeandtruthatyale.com/2016-conference.html
Our Inaugural Event!
featuring New Wave Feminists
Nearly 70 people gathered on Thursday, May 19th for One Spring Night. The jazz music from the beginning set the tone for a light, enjoyable atmosphere. “Light” is rarely a mood to describe events touching the topic of abortion, so attendees especially appreciated the music. Young professionals and college students were able to connect with one another and meet new people sharing like passions.