57 minutes | Feb 6, 2020

Ep. 2.1- Abortion Worldwide Report

After a century of evidence documenting what happens when governments authorize abortion, one fact quickly becomes clear: abortion does not become rare, but increases exponentially. The Abortion Worldwide Report is the first to systematically track reported abortions in 100 nations, territories and regions, from the year of authorization through 2015. In this podcast, experts from Human Life International, Global Life Campaign, Charlotte Lozier Institute, Regent University, and Family Research Council unpack the groundbreaking findings of this Report, which details the unthinkable: 1 billion babies lost to abortion worldwide. After the report, FRC’s Legislative Assistant Connor Semelsberger joins Lecture Me! to delve further into the numbers in the report and the consequences of abortion on policy and culture.
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