The Elliot Institute News  
From the Leader in Post-Abortion Research
Vol. 9, No. 14 -- October 29, 2010


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Church Awareness Project Begins
Monday With Resource Giveaway

Our Church Awareness Project is set to begin on Monday, with the opportunity to get free resources that you can also share with your pastor, rabbi or other church leaders.


You'll also have the chance to join the project so you can continue to receive updates and more resources in the coming months. Please be a part of this effort to 1) raise awareness that most abortions are unwanted or coerced; 2) help the church take the lead in exposing the injustice and pain caused by abortion and advocating for the rights of women and the unborn; and 3) transform our churches into places where women and men who are vulnerable to abortion or hurting because of a past abortion will find help and healing.


Be sure to watch your email on Monday for information on how to get your free resources and become a part of this project! And thank you to all who have offered valuable feedback, ideas and support.




Men Can Be Victims of Coercion, Too 

Research, Stories Highlight Plight of Men Who Want
to Support Their Partners and Unborn Children


Men have no legal say when it comes to abortion, and often little opportunity to support their partners and unborn children. This sad situation is played out the stories of the men and teenage boys who want to want to support their partners and unborn children, but were not given the opportunity or right to do so.


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Learn more: For information, articles and resources on men and abortion, visit our Men's Page.





Quietly Racking Up the Abortion Toll

Rita Diller and Katie Walker at The Washington Times


While Planned Parenthood continues to sit on its annual report for 2008-2009, new documents found hidden on its labyrinthine website give taxpayers an insider's look into the beleaguered abortion monopoly it is helping fund.


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Nearly 50 people responded to our request for help by downloading the GoodSearch Toolbar this month. If you were one of them, thank you so much! And to all of our supporters, there's still time to help us out by downloading the toolbar in time for Christmas and other holiday shopping!


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