January 28, 2012 2 Comments
East Carolina University junior Zach Campbell, who is unabashedly pro-life, has written a song about why he admires pro-life (and conservative) women.
For those of you unfamiliar with his work, Campbell won 2nd place in Live Action/Students for Life of America’s “Tell Congress” YouTube video contest last year. Here’s more about the contest:
The contest was designed to support the Pence Amendment, which the House of Representatives approved, but which the U.S. Senate defeated — although both chambers of Congress are still debating how to solve the federal budget issue and whether Planned Parenthood will receive federal funds.
After receiving dozens of videos from youth across the country explaining why Congress should de-fund Planned Parenthood, Live Action and Students for Life of America announced today the winners of their “Tell Congress” YouTube Video Contest. The contest was open to all high-school and college-age youth between 14 and 25 and contestants were urged to use creativity in addressing Congress and explaining why they should de-fund Planned Parenthood.
Here is the winning video:
Now, Zach is calling on pro-life females to help him with his latest video project. Here’s more about it:
So I’m making a music video for my new pro-life song, and if you’re pro-life and a girl, I want YOU to be in it! Just send me a 5 sec long clip of you with a pro-life sign, lip-syncing the words, or something else creative, and I’ll put you in it after I’ve received all the videos. Thanks!
To learn how to get involved, watch the video to find out more:
- Students for Life of America Unveils Powerful New Video: “Turn the Tide 2012″ (thegabriellahoffman.com)
- Pro-life girls are prettier (patheos.com)
- 2012 – Why Belief in God & Pro-life Matters (theconservativehillbilly.wordpress.com)
- ALL Pro-Life Today: Action Alert: Obama administration and Planned Parenthood attack religious freedom (deaconjohnspace.wordpress.com)