First up: that rarest of birds, a paid pro-life internship! Secular Pro-Life seeks an intern to update the database for AbortionSafety.com, which warns abortion-vulnerable women about medical malpractice lawsuits and health code violations at abortion facilities. This is a work-from-home position, great for a part-time worker or student. Secular Pro-Life will pay $10 an hour.
The ideal candidate will be well-versed in information technology. Careful attention to detail is a must. Please email your resume and a statement of interest to email@example.com no later than Sunday, October 13, 2013.
And now, for some volunteer opportunities:
- We know a journalist who is interested in interviewing pro-life atheists, agnostics, and "nones." Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Interview," and we will pass along your contact information.
- The Bell Towers, which published SPL's "Pro-Life Without God" article earlier this year, plans to follow up with an article discussing the intersection of the pro-life movement with the gay rights movement. In particular, they are interested in an article that makes the case for why an LGBT advocate should be concerned about the dehumanization of the unborn. If you are pro-life and involved in the gay rights movement (either as an LGBT individual yourself or as an ally), use The Bell Towers contact form and mention Kathleen Hunker.
- Pro-Life Magazine, which featured SPL in its inaugural issue last month, is working on its second issue. The editor would like a piece about Dr. Bernard Nathanson's conversion from an abortionist to pro-life advocate. Nathanson was an atheist at that time and was convinced by the science of prenatal development, so this is a great opportunity to promote the secular pro-life perspective! If you have read Nathanson's books and want to be the author of this piece, email email@example.com with the subject line "Nathanson" and we will pass along your contact information.