North Dakota Right to Life is proud to be hosting two spring banquets with guest speaker Olivia Gans Turner.
The banquets will be held:
Sunday, April 12th
Grand Forks, ND @ Alerus Center
5:30 PM - Social
6:30 PM - Dinner and Program
Monday, April 13th
Minot @ Grand Hotel
5:30 PM Social
6:30 PM Dinner and Program
To attend the banquets or for information on becomming an underwriter, please contact our office at 701-258-3811 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olivia Gans Turner will be giving a talk entitled, 40 years after Roe v. Wade, who are the hidden victims of the abortion culture?
Olivia Gans Turner directs American Victims of Abortion (AVA), an outreach project of the National Right to Life Committee. Mrs. Turner helped to organize one of the nation’s first peer-to-peer post-abortion support groups in the New York City area after almost two years of suffering through an acute emotional reaction to her own abortion experience as an unwed college student.
Mrs. Turner has spoken widely on post-abortion syndrome and other abortion-related issues in the United States and in Europe. A frequent witness before legislative bodies, she provides testimony on informed consent laws and parental notification laws as well as abortion complications. In the nineteen years since she became AVA director, she has traveled to over seventeen countries. Between 1994 and 2000, Mrs. Turner was a non-governmental organization delegate to numerous United Nations conferences. Those include the 1994 World Population and Development Conference held in Egypt; the 1995 United Nations Conference on Women held in Beijing, China; and the 2000 World summit on Children held in New York City. Mrs. Turner has appeared on such nationally syndicated programs such as Nightline, Good Morning America, and Hannity & Colmes, and on C-SPAN, CNN, and National Public Radio news programs.
In addition to her duties at the National Right to Life Committee, Mrs. Turner currently serves as President of the Virginia Society for Human Life.