Louisiana Students for Life is a grassroots non-profit corporation that seeks
to network, educate, and activate pro-life students on all colleges
and universities in the state of Louisiana and the greater Southeast region.
While LSL acknowledges that there are a myriad of justice issues
in our society that must be confronted, it also understands that the unborn
are the most vulnerable. Thus, LSL concentrates on the protection
of the rights of the unborn, the education of those involved in higher education,
and the assistance of parents in all pregnancy situations.
Through networking, LSL can bring together pro-life students and foster student
organizations at every institution of higher education in Louisiana.
From there, LSL provides education and training to students
so their pro-life organization can be effective and efficient. Then, with the
proper tools and resources, students on their own campuses
can actively encounter and educate their student body on life issues.
LSL seeks to create generations of college students who are committed
to a pro-life Southeast and the rights of all unborn.
Our logo shows the state bird of Louisiana, the brown pelican,
protecting a child under its wing. According the medieval legend,
the pelican shed its own blood to feed its young. In the Louisian
state flag, this legend is present if one looks closely.
LSL students strive to embody the ideals of this legend as college
students sacrificing time and energies to protect the youngest among us.
Statistics on our site are from the 1996 Gallup Poll and the Alan Guttmacher Institute.