The Texas abortion law is a contentious debate wherever you are in the country. Abortion advocates say that it leaves women vulnerable. Whatever your opinion of the specific approach of the bill, what’s true is unborn babies were the most vulnerable before the law, in a culture with all kinds of pressures to abort. What the anger around the Texas law should make exceedingly clear is: We have to do better. Women deserve better than the miserable debates. How can we better help women and children and families?
Human Coalition is doing that hard work in Texas. They are “building a pro-life, holistic, comprehensive care network to help rescue … women and their children from abortion.”
Human Coalition President Jeff Bradford and Texas State Director Chelsey Youman will join Kathryn Jean Lopez, senior fellow at National Review Institute, for a conversation beyond the politics and the anger about how lives are being saved on the frontlines, practically, clinically speaking. We invite you to join us, ask questions, and share the information.
This event is co-hosted by NRI and Human Coalition