Nineteen Dr. Joseph Graham Fellows to attend national March for Life

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Texas Right to Life is proud to send 19 Dr. Joseph Graham Fellows to the national March for Life in Washington DC this January to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision which legalized abortion-on-demand in America.  The 2018 March for Life, which in years past has drawn hundreds of thousands of participants, begins with a rally on the National Mall and culminates with attendees marching up Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court.

While in our nation’s capital, the students will tour the monuments on the National Mall, attend the Students for Life of America East Coast conference, and tour the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, among other sites.  This all expenses paid trip is a reward for these students, all of whom are in their third or fourth year of undergraduate studies, for sacrificing at least 50 hours each semester to promoting a Culture of Life on their campus.  These 19 students are leaders of the Pro-Life movement on their college campuses and work to build a culture that not only rejects abortion, but that empowers women with the resources to choose Life, even in difficult situations.

  • Angelo State University, Alyssa Flanagan
  • Baylor University, Anna Spallino
  • Lone Star College Montgomery, Rachael Sutton
  • Lone Star College Montgomery, Tabitha Tobias
  • LeTourneau University, Bridey Davis
  • Southern Methodist University, Daniel Rosa
  • Southern Methodist University, Mackenzie Young
  • Texas A&M University, Katherine Procter
  • Texas A&M International University, Elisabeth Garza
  • Texas Tech University, Sharae Flores
  • Trinity University, Luke Ayers
  • Texas State University, Megan Kirkpatrick
  • Texas State University, Megan Martinez
  • University of Dallas, Amy Federer
  • University of Dallas, Teresa Roach
  • University of St. Thomas, Alyssa White
  • University of St. Thomas, Isabel Sutter
  • University of St. Thomas, Kimberly Sanford
  • University of Texas-San Antonio, Sean Gillen


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