Students’ Day of Silent Solidarity

Are you a student? Are students like you willing to give up your voice for a day, for those who have none?
Since January 22, 1973 over 48,000,000 babies have had their voices silenced through surgical abortion in this nation. Children in their mothers womb have been dehumanized. Over 4,400 women being damaged by the loss of their child each day.
On October 25, 2005 — this coming week — students from around the country will remain silent, in solidarity with the over 4000 babies killed that day by surgical abortion. Students will wear a red arm band or red duct tape with the word “LIFE” written on it to identify themselves as taking part in the day of solidarity. Students will also carry flyers that explain why they are remaining silent for the day.
This is the second annual “Students’ Day of Silent Solidarity” — and it’s taking place at HUNDREDS of schools around the country. Why not help make that THOUSANDS?
TAKE ACTION: “This year’s response to this event has been astounding,” said Bryan Kemper, president of “Stand True Ministries”. “The event is a month away and we have commitments to participate from students and groups at over 350 campuses throughout North America. These students are excited to have a united opportunity to stand up for the babies with fellow students from around the country in a peaceful and effective manner.”
If you would like to take part in the Students’ Day of Silent Solidarity, please register with “Stand True”. There is no cost, and downloadable flyers are available at the website. Click below for more information and to register:
http://www.SilentDay.org/
NOTE: The “Students’ Day of Silent Solidarity” is THIS COMING Tuesday, October 25. Be sure to forward this Alert to EVERYONE you know who wants to give up their voice for a day, for those who have none. Thank you!
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