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Lauretta Brown (’13)Lauretta Brown (’13)In anticipation of January’s National March for Life, Fox News published a story about “pro-life women [who] are fighting to redefine female ‘empowerment.’” Among those profiled are Unplanned author Abby Johnson, Live Action President Lila Rose, and an alumna of the College: Lauretta Brown (’13)

Miss Brown, observes reporter Sam Dorman, is part of “a generation of female, pro-life journalists” who are leading the effort to protect and defend all human life. “Lauretta Brown is a journalist working as a staff writer at the National Catholic Register,” Mr. Dorman notes. “She's written in depth about crisis pregnancy centers, as well as the science surrounding abortion.” The story goes on to quote Miss Brown, who remarks, “People need to be aware that a pre-born baby’s complete genetic code — distinct from that of the mother — is present from the moment of conception.”