Thursday, May 28, 2009

Pro-life youth conference on Long Island

Youth and the Future of the Pro-Life Movement
Panel 1 (9:35-10:35 AM)
1. Jack Anderson, Chaminade HS: “Pro-Life Commitment to the Disabled”
2. Alfred Guzman, Chaminade HS: “Euthanasia,”
3. Liam Ray, Chaminade HS, “Anti-Death Penalty”
4. Nicholas D'Alessandro, Molloy College: “Abortion: Not Constitutionally Protected”
5. Kevin Cirronella & Michael Corcoran, Kellenberg MHS: “United Nations and the Culture of Death.”

Panel 2 (11:10-12:00 PM)
1. Keisha Thomas, NCC: “The Eugenic Racism of Margaret Sanger”
2. Tolitha Henry, Roosevelt HS: “Planned Parenthood”
3. Diana Dowling & Emmett Collins, Kellenberg MHS: “Media Bias and the Pro-Life Movement”
4. Cristina Battista, Sacred Heart Academy: “Conscience Clauses”
5. Clare Hinshaw, Franciscan University: “How Women Are Hurt by Abortion”

Panel 3 (1:15-2:15 PM)
1. Dillon Connolly, Chaminade HS: “Stem Cell Issues”
2. Hayley Bifulco, West Hempstead HS: “We Can Make a Difference Charismatic Episcopalian Youth Pro-life Activities”
3. Justin Bethany, St. Anthony’s HS: “Power of One Bryan Kemper, Stand True Ministries and Rock for Life”
4. Darielle Bertossi, Molloy College: “Abortion - Using the Hub of Moral Reality”
5. Thomas Varacalli, Belmont Abbey College: “The Family as the Last Line of Defense for the Pro-Life Cause”

Panel 4 (2:45-3:45 PM)

1. Peter Sammarco, Cathedral Preparatory School: “The Right to Privacy”
2. Catherine Donohoe, The Mary Lewis Academy: “Why Americans Need A Human Life Amendment”
3. Mary Therese Rooney, Archbishop Molloy High School: “A Time For Unity”
4. Margaret Rooney, Archbishop Molloy High School: “Some Parallels Between Slavery and Abortion”
5. Ruqayyah Batts, Bishop Kearney High School: “A True Life Story—Haniyah”

Jane Gilroy, PhD, President
Long Island Chapter University Faculty for Life
(516) 379-5409

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