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3,400 confidential and totally free groups to call and go to in the U.S...1,400 outside the U.S. . . . 98 of these in Canada.
Free, financial help given to women and families in need.More help given to women, families.
Helping with mortgage payments and more.More help.
The $1,950 need has been met!CPCs help women with groceries, clothing, cribs, "safe haven" places.
Help for those whose babies haveDown Syndrome and Other Birth Defects.
CALL 1-888-510-BABY or click on the picture on the left, if you gave birth or are about to and can't care for your baby, to give your baby to a worker at a nearby hospital (some states also include police stations or fire stations), NO QUESTIONS ASKED. YOU WON'T GET IN ANY TROUBLE or even have to tell your name; Safehaven people will help the baby be adopted and cared for.

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Abortion-survivor Gianna Jessen to speak at UCONN April 11th (Wednesday), 7:30-8:30 pm -- this is a don't-miss event.

And it is NOT an urban legend. See how beautiful this young woman is, here, and read that link's amazing story of when she spoke before the Colorado House of Representatives, thus ruining the 90th anniversary celebration for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains.

Gianna Jessen, singer, international speaker, marathon runner with cerebral palsy, and abortion survivor, Gianna will share her powerful life story--from being born alive after a failed abortion to foster care, adoption, facing the challenges of cerebral palsy, and more about her life.

Excerpt from her testimony before the Constitution Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, April 22, 1996:

"My name is Gianna Jessen. I am 19 years of age. I am originally from California, but now reside in Franklin, Tennessee. I am adopted. I have cerebral palsy. My biological mother was 17 years old and seven and one-half months pregnant when she made the decision to have a saline abortion. I am the person she aborted. I lived instead of died..."

April 9th (Monday) showing the National Geographic documentary: "In the Womb: Multiples" at 7pm, free of charge in the theater at UCONN's Student Union (short video previews linked to at that link):

"Expanding on the critically acclaimed In the Womb and In the Womb: Animals, National Geographic explores the extraordinary, never-before-seen world of twins, triplets and quadruplets as they develop in utero. Utilizing groundbreaking technology and amazing 4-D ultrasound images, watch quadruplets as they develop in utero and engage in their first interactions with each other. Can multiples hold hands? When one pushes, does the other push back? Does prenatal game-playing carry over into early childhood? Follow the stories of three expectant mothers from conception to birth and travel inside the womb to see the tiny fetuses begin to interact with each other."

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