National Press Bldg., Washington, D.C.

A Resource for Many

This website is intended for everyone who has an interest in life-and-death issues.

We hope it will assist the many activists, in the United States and elsewhere, who defend human life.

We also hope it will be useful to reporters and editors--and to students at all levels. Every journalist and student knows how hard it can be to nail down facts and quotes, especially when deadlines loom. This site can help in that demanding work. It includes many research articles with careful citations to news reports, books, and archives.

Some alternatives to violence emphasized here are not well known to the public. We hope they will be of interest to activists, reporters, and students.

The "Life Links" page has links to over 80 groups and websites that deal with issues of life and death. They offer valuable information and/or helplines.

The "Life Quotes" page offers thoughtful quotations from many sources on life-or-death issues. It also has quotes on topics ranging from "Conscience" and "Presidents" to "Writers and Writing." It may give you just the quote you need for an article, essay, or talk.

This is a quiet site--no blinking lights, pop-up ads, audios, or videos. One friend called it an "Amish site," and we took that as a great compliment. There are many photos, though, including ones of mountains, parks, and gardens. It's a peaceful place to think about issues that deeply affect all of us.

Waterfall in Central Park, N.Y.C.