CWA of North Dakota

06/25/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 06/25/2019 08:08

Hear CWA of North Dakota this Thursday, June 27

Despite the concerns of many lawmakers and citizens like YOU, the president of North Dakota State University (NDSU), Dean Bresciani, did not cancel the Safe Spaces teacher professional development courses offered this month by Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota (Planned Parenthood). Sadly, President Bresciani has allowed this partnership with Planned Parenthood and NDSU to remain.

Read Concerned Women for America (CWA) of North Dakota's concerns about the partnership here.

This discussion is not over! Join me this coming Thursday, June 27, at 9:05 a.m. on Real Presence Radio, 1370AM, 1280AM, and 101.9 FM, where I will be speaking on how Planned Parenthood's tactics usurp the authority given to school districts to choose curriculum. Also speaking is Fr. Jim Cheney from the NDSU Newman Center who will discuss the issue from the NDSU perspective.

CWA of North Dakota would like to thank the eighty-nine legislators who signed a letter expressing their displeasure with NDSU's continued public partnership with Planned Parenthood (names are listed at the bottom of this email.) Pray for each legislator by name. Thank God for their willingness to stand up against the attempts of Planned Parenthood to infiltrate our schools. Pray fervently 2 Thessalonians 3:3, 'But the Lord is faithful, who will establish you and guard you from the evil one.'

To our CWA of North Dakota members who contacted President Bresciani's office in April and May about this partnership, thank you!

Please Take Action
Once again, we need everyone to take the opportunity to protect North Dakota's children from Planned Parenthood's harmful propaganda.

  1. Contact NDSU President Dean Bresciani with a message you are disappointed the teacher training workshops scheduled in Dickinson, Fargo and Grand Forks were not canceled. Contact information for the president: Chris Wilson, Chief of Staff, (701) 231-6409 and [email protected]. When talking to President Dean Bresciani's office, be sure to let them know that you are a member of Concerned Women for America of North Dakota.
  2. Donate to CWA of North Dakota to help us continue educating on the lies of Planned Parenthood and their targeted education propaganda.
  3. Please forward this email to family and friends.

Linda Thorson
State Director
CWA of North Dakota
nd.cwfa.org
[email protected]
Facebook: Concerned Women for America of North Dakota

Get more involved with CWA of North Dakota!

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Thank you in advance for considering these opportunities!

The eighty-nine legislators who signed a letter expressing their displeasure with NDSU's continued public partnership with Planned Parenthood.

  1. State Sen. Curtiss 'Curt' Kreun
  2. State Sen. Donald 'Don' G. Schaible
  3. State Sen. Jerry J. Klein
  4. State Sen. Dick Dever
  5. State Sen. Scott Meyer
  6. State Sen. Larry Luick
  7. State Sen. Jessica K. Unruh
  8. State Sen. Kristin Roers
  9. State Sen. Ronald 'Ron' Sorvaag
  10. State Sen. Michael 'Mike' A. Dwyer
  11. State Sen. Jim P. Roers
  12. State Sen. David A. Clemens
  13. State Sen. Dale Patten
  14. State Sen. Terry M. Wanzek
  15. State Sen. Jordan L. Kannianen
  16. State Sen. Diane K. Larson
  17. State Sen. David S. Rust
  18. State Sen. Kyle R. Davison
  19. State Sen. Oley Larsen
  20. State Sen. Gary A. Lee
  21. State Sen. Randy D. Lemm
  22. State Sen. Shawn A. Vedaa
  23. State Sen. Robert 'Bob' S. Erbele
  24. State Sen. Rich Wardner
  25. State Sen. Randall 'Randy' A. Burckhard
  26. State Sen. Dwight C. Cook
  27. State Sen. Janne Myrdal
  28. State Sen. Jay Elkin
  29. State Sen. David Hogue
  30. State Sen. Brad Bekkedahl
  31. State Sen. Nicole K. Poolman
  32. State Sen. Robert O. Fors
  33. State Rep. Jim Schmidt
  34. State Rep. Dwight H. Kiefert
  35. State Rep. Lisa M. Meier
  36. State Rep. Clayton Fegley
  37. State Rep. Kim A. Koppelman
  38. State Rep. Karen M. Rohr
  39. State Rep. Rick 'Ricky' C. Becker
  40. State Rep. Bill R. Devlin
  41. State Rep. Randy A. Schobinger
  42. State Rep. Luke Simons
  43. State Rep. Robin L. Weisz
  44. State Rep. Aaron McWilliams
  45. State Rep. Jason D. Dockter
  46. State Rep. Tom Kading
  47. State Rep. Michael 'Mike' Don Brandenburg
  48. State Rep. Ben Koppelman
  49. State Rep. Gary J. Kreidt
  50. State Rep. Bert Anderson
  51. State Rep. Bob Paulson
  52. State Rep. Vicky Steiner
  53. State Rep. Karen Karls
  54. State Rep. Mike I. Schatz
  55. State Rep. Jeff A. Hoverson
  56. State Rep. Jim M. Kasper
  57. State Rep. Austen Schauer
  58. State Rep. Chet Pollert
  59. State Rep. Bill Tveit
  60. State Rep. Jeff W. Delzer
  61. State Rep. Bernie L. Satrom
  62. State Rep. Vernon R. Laning
  63. State Rep. Mike Lefor
  64. State Rep. Don Vigesaa
  65. State Rep. Jay Fisher
  66. State Rep. Dan J. Ruby
  67. State Rep. Keith A. Kempenich
  68. State Rep. Greg Westlind
  69. State Rep. Daniel 'Dan' L. Johnston
  70. State Rep. Wayne A. Trottier
  71. State Rep. Nathan P. Toman
  72. State Rep. Terry B. Jones
  73. State Rep. Chuck D. Damschen
  74. State Rep. Kathy Skroch
  75. State Rep. Michelle Strinden
  76. State Rep. David C. Monson
  77. State Rep. Jim Grueneich
  78. State Rep. Matthew Ruby
  79. State Rep. Larry Bellew
  80. State Rep. Scott C. Louser
  81. State Rep. Patrick 'Pat' D. Heinert
  82. State Rep. Jeffery J. Magrum
  83. State Rep. Shannon M. Roers Jones
  84. State Rep. Gary A. Paur
  85. State Rep. Craig Johnson
  86. State Rep. Lawrence 'Larry' R. Klemin
  87. State Rep. Andrew Marschall
  88. State Rep. Sebastian 'Seabass' Ertelt
  89. State Rep. Glenn Bosch