We need to keep track of how many people participate and how many schools are involved with the event. The only required information is your school name and state. If you would like to include your mailing address to included on our mailing list that is optional. Register Here
Tell your friends about the event and get them to sign up. The more people at your school participating the more powerful it will be. (Don't let numbers stop you, even if you are alone it will make a difference)
3. Talk to your school staff
We suggest that you talk to your school staff and let them know that you will be participating in this day. You have a legal right and the school cannot stop you from doing this or from distributing the flyers. Talk to your teachers and let them know in advance this way you will avoid problems on the day of the event. If you are in a class situation where the teacher is not going to allow you to remain silent, go ahead and speak, we do not want you to jeopardize your grades.
4. Make an arm band and or Red Duct Tape
The red arm band can be made from what ever material you like. The red Duct Tape can be bought at most hardware stores. Use a sharpie to write the word life on the Duct tape.
5. Print out the flyer
The flyer is available above in PDF from so you can print it and make copies. It is designed with four flyers to a sheet and they are double sided. If you cannot afford to make copies ask your friends or church if they will help with the cost of copies. These flyers are to be used when someone asks you why you are being silent or why you are wearing a red arm band.
This may be number six on this page but it is most important. You should be spending this time in silence to pray. We should not only be praying for the babies and their mothers, but also for the abortion doctors and their staff. There is a list of abortion mills from around the country on the Stand True website ( http://www.standtrue.com/pages/prayerproject/prayerproject.htm ).
7. Other Questions
If you have any other questions please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.