19th Annual Celebration of Life
Benefiting Texas Right to Life
Saturday, September 17th
The auction and reception will start at 6:00 P.M., and dinner will begin at 7:30 P.M.
Hilton of the Americas in downtown Houston
1600 Lamar Houston, TX 77010
Texas Right to Life is thrilled to announce the Nineteenth Annual Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 17. This year we will hear from the investigative journalist, David Daleiden, who recorded the illegal activities occurring at abortion facilities across the United States.
The Dr. Joseph Graham College Fellows and their many successes on campus will be showcased and celebrated. This Fellowship is the largest Pro-Life outreach program of this type in the United States, with over 78 Pro-Life warriors active on 26 campuses. College students in other states have even begun asking for enrollment in the Texas fellowship.
The event will be held on Saturday, September 17th, at the Hilton of the Americas in downtown Houston.
Keynote Speaker: David Daleiden
David Daleiden is a citizen journalist with nearly a decade of experience in conducting investigative research on the abortion industry. In 2013, David started The Center for Medical Progress to pursue sophisticated, deep, and impactful investigative journalism projects pertaining to contemporary bioethical issues.
As Project Lead at CMP, David developed and executed the organization’s first long-term project, the 30-month-long “Human Capital” investigation documenting Planned Parenthood’s illegal sale of body parts from aborted babies. Prior to CMP, David worked as Director of Research for a national new media education and advocacy organization. David is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College with a B.A. in Government, and his writing has been published in The Weekly Standard, The Human Life Review, USA Today, and The Hill. David has appeared on many radio and TV broadcasts including Southern California Public Radio, The Eric Metaxas Show, The Sean Hannity Show, EWTN, CBS, ABC, FOX News Channel’s Hannity and The O’Reilly Factor, and CNN’s New Day.