Thursday, September 22, 2011
Stopping Planned Parenthood in Omaha
Rita Diller is the National Director of American Life League's Stop Planned Parenthood project.
As National Director, Rita is responsible for leading American Life League's effort against Planned Parenthood in the United States. She is the managing editor of the STOPP Report and is responsible for overseeing research on Planned Parenthood and supplying detailed information about PP to pro-lifers all across the country.
Rita serves as a consultant to many groups and shares with those fighting Planned Parenthood the successful techniques that have been developed across the country.
Rita has more than 26 years experience across the spectrum of pro-life work, including 12 years as Respect Life Director for the Diocese of Amarillo, working closely with Bishop John Yanta. While in Amarillo, she trained volunteers and established weekly prayer vigils at PP centers; challenged PP at every turn -- in the media, on the streets, at their meetings, fundraisers, educational events, in community organizations, before the city council; and educated their supporters and the community at large about the PP agenda.
At the end of the 12 year campaign to expose Planned Parenthood in the Amarillo area, 19 PP facilities had shut down and the remaining two disaffiliated from the Planned Parenthood Federation...
And did I mention that Rita Diller is coming to Omaha? Good.
Rita will be with us as we conduct a prayer vigil at the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in northwest Omaha (2 blocks north of Maple on 93rd Street) on Saturday, October 1st from 9:15 to 10 AM. After the prayer vigil, Rita will join us at Hope Church (93 and Maple -- where we suggest you park for the prayer vigil as well) for a presentation about ways the Omaha Christian community can best oppose the nefarious and deadly doings of Planned Parenthood.
Please plan on joining us at the abortion facility for prayer that morning and then for coffee, donuts and an engaging, practical presentation on pro-life activism from Rita Diller. It would be great to have an idea of how many are planning to attend, so please zip us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 341-8886.