Life Dynamics


We have encountered many young, pro-life people who think that they are too young or don’t know how to be a part of the pro-life movement.

There is a place for youth to spread the truth about abortion and make a difference. In fact, it is crucial that future generations take an early stand on abortion and let their pro-life views be heard.

You will be the future of the movement.

There are numerous ways that you, as an individual or as a group, can take action in your community, at your school, on your college campus, and in your church.


  • Keep a variety of our Pro-Life Action Cards with you. When you are out, find ways to leave the card in a place where someone will receive these messages. These cards have been placed in books, left on restaurant tables, put in newspapers or magazines, and in phone books. However, you may find other ways to use the cards that you find to be effective.
  • Wearing pro-life t-shirts, pins and bracelets may seem like an insignificant action, but you never know who may be affected by the message on your shirt. Many pro-life groups now have clothing and accessories in a variety of different styles that are designed to get the pro-life message out. Find one that you like and rock your pro-life style! Click here to see our pro-life gear.
  • Get connected to the sidewalk counselors in your area. Unfortunately, many young girls are taken for abortions each day in clinics across the country. Having America’s pro-life youth outside these clinics may be an effective way to reach out to these young girls that adults can’t.
  • Speak up! Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you believe in. Let your voice be heard and let those around you know that unborn babies are just as human as you are. Share with friends, family, and those around you what abortion really is. To help you answer the hard questions, be sure to check out the Answers Booklet.
  • And don’t forget to stay informed on the latest pro-life news by visiting or following ProLifeAmerica on Twitter.

In Your School

  • With each new generation, Planned Parenthood starts early to establish themselves as the “sex experts.” However, this is just part of a plan to begin the sale of abortions. With your peers and your parents help, make an effort to address the school and the district’s administration about keeping Planned Parenthood out of your classroom. It’s important that you get involved in this effort. Also, schools in some areas are partnering and bringing Planned Parenthood’s services to an increasing number of school’s clinic or nurse’s office. If your school is a part of this new effort, make sure to address the administration about this dangerous alliance. For assistance, we provide a letter that Life Dynamics sent to school districts about their association with Planned Parenthood. Click here to read.
  • If your school has a newspaper, talk to the paper staff about who can have an ad in the paper and how much it would cost. Then, contact a local Crisis Pregnancy Center to encourage them to take out an ad for their services in the paper.
  • Talk to your principle about setting up resources for pregnant students or a resource list that can be available to them.

On Your College Campus

  • Create a pro-life student group that can not only educate members and the campus about the reality of abortion, but one that can have opportunities to raise money for Pregnancy Resource Centers or collect goods. For more information on creating your own student group, visit our friends at
  • Host a showing of a pro-life movie or documentary. It may seem daunting, but hosting a showing of the right movie can have a powerful effect on a college campus. Make sure you check with whoever made / owns the movie about how you can legally show it on campus. Life Dynamics has two documentaries, Maafa 21 and An American Abortion Clinic, which can be shown on your campus. For more information, call us at (940) 380-8800.
  • Have a table in a campus-approved location, to pass out pro-life materials. Life Dynamics has a variety of brochures and action cards that are designed to make people think twice about abortion. View our brochures on our products page. For more information or assistance, give us a call at (940) 380-8800.
  • If your school has a newspaper, talk to the paper staff about who can have an ad in the paper and how much it would cost. Then, contact a local Crisis Pregnancy Center to encourage them to take out an ad for their services in the paper.
  • Arrange or encourage your pro-life student group to have a meeting about what abortion is and the methods and risks of these procedures. Information like this can help when you talk to abortion-minded women. The Life Dynamics non-graphic animations video uses 3D animation to depict the two most common surgical abortion procedures — the suction curettage method and the dilation and evacuation (D&E) method. After the animation, the most common types of abortion injuries are discussed. Although this video is medically accurate, it was designed so that it wouldn’t be too gruesome for the average person to watch. This video is available for student groups to watch for free here.
  • Help coordinate a drive where a local pregnancy resource center can offer free pregnancy tests on campus.
  • Help keep your pro-life student group educated about abortion with the latest Life Dynamics investigations, the Pro-Life Answers booklet about the fallacies in the pro-abortion arguments, Lime 5, watching Life Talk for free at
  • Help connect your campus to the Student’s for Life, “Pregnant on Campus Initiative” to establish help for pregnant and parenting students. Visit: for more information.

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