We combined the January and February Event-in-a-Box to bring you one very important event! We are asking your group to host a movie Screening of the upcoming documentary “3801 Lancaster” about the infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell and his “House of Horrors”. This case exposed the abortion industry for what they really are and brought to light the truth of what happens behind the closed doors of many abortion facilities. It is imperative that we help share this truth with those who think abortion is “safe” and “rare.”
This documentary is difficult to watch but it will impact every person who watches it. There are students at your school who don’t know the truth about the abortion industry. Your group can give them an opportunity to see what is abortion really is by showing this documentary at your school.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYijO3OrWBQ
“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.” –William Wilberforce
“Gosnell was an abortion provider in West Philadelphia. In 2010, the police raided his clinic because they suspected that he was selling prescription drugs illegally,” explains the documentary’s writer David Altrogee, “However, what they found upon entering his clinic was unthinkable” What was discovered during this raid was horrific and led to Gosnell’s arrest and now, a lifetime in prison. Over the last 5 years, the documentary’s team has interviewed Gosnell’s victims, those who participated in the raid, and many others who were involved in his arrest and trial. What makes these stories so powerful is that they were not in a “back-alley.” This is legal abortion and it is unsafe.
Authorities looked the other way for more than twenty years, while many complaints were filed and individuals reporting Gosnell’s facility. In the name of “privacy” and “no abortion regulation” organizations failed to act. “Why didn’t they intervene?” David asks, “Women and babies died because people looked the other way.”
What’s in the box?
- “3801 Lancaster” DVD (Note: you must send the DVD back to SFLA after the showing)
- 3801 Lancaster Flyers
- Filmmaker Q & A
- Sample Introductions
- “Movie Screening Guide”
- Email Sign Up Sheet
- Follow up Message Template
- Sample Post Event Tweets
How to use the box?
First, read through the “Movie Screening Guide.” The guide gives your group step by step instructions on how to prepare for the screening, hold the event, and follow up after the screening. It also gives you instructions on how to use each print out included in the event-in-a-box.
For the social media graphics mentioned in the guide click here.
Note: You must send the 3801 Lancaster DVD back to SFLA after the movie showing. We are including a return envelope in the package.
For more information about the documentary go to http://3801lancaster.com/
To request a FREE Embracing Controversy training by contacting your RC or clicking here.
You can order the event in a box by contacting your Regional Coordinator today!
• If you are a student in CA, AZ, or NV, please contact Emily Wilkinson.
• If you are a student in OR, WA, ID, MT, HI, or AK, please contact Lisa Atkins.
• If you are a student in CO, NM, WY, UT, or IA, please contact Lo Castillo.
• If you are a student in MI, IN, or OH, please contact R.J. McVeigh.
• If you are a student in VA, MD, DC, PA, or DE, please contact Michele Hendrickson.
• If you are a student in KY, TN, or WV, please contact Brenna Hartwell.
• If you are a student in VT, CT, NH, MA, RI or ME, please contact Jane Riccardi.
• If you are a student in NE, KS, IL, MO, ND, or SD, please contact Reagan Nielsen.
• If you are a student in WI or MN, please contact Maddie Schulte.
• If you are a student in OK or TX, please contact Katie Martin.
• If you are a student in NY or NJ, please contact Keri Landeche.
• If you are a student in GA, FL, NC, or SC, please contact Ryan Eyrich.
• If you are a student in a state not listed, contact Kassie Preut.
• If you are a high school student, click here.
**SFLA Resources are only available to active high school or college student groups. If you are a youth minister or community member, please email email@example.com for other options.