Sunday, February 04, 2007

Activists and needed on Wikipedia

Here's the list of pro-life activists on Wikipedia:

  • Flip Benham
  • Michael Bray
  • Theresa Karminski Burke
  • Mark Crutcher
  • Mary Cunningham Agee
  • Tom DeLay
  • Thomas J. Euteneuer
  • Gary Heavin
  • Neal Horsley
  • Mildred Fay Jefferson
  • Louis E. "Woody" Jenkins
  • Gianna Jessen
  • Jason Jones (pro-life activist)
  • Stan Jones
  • Alan Keyes
  • Maya Keyes
  • Alveda King
  • Juli Loesch
  • Norma McCorvey
  • Bernard Nathanson
  • Troy Newman
  • Tadeusz Pacholczyk
  • Frank Pavone
  • Tony Perkins (politician)
  • David Reardon
  • Dan Richey
  • Pat Robertson
  • Joseph Scheidler
  • Bret Schundler
  • Ben Shapiro
  • Chris Smith (US politician)
  • Linda Smith (politician)
  • Mary Starrett
  • Horatio Storer
  • Randall Terry
  • Paul deParrie

    First of all, I haven't even heard of a lot of these people, and I've been a prolife activist for nearly a quarter of a century. How important are they?

    Second, there are a lot of folks missing. Jack Willke isn't there, nor is Judie Brown, nor Rachel McNair, nor Jim Sedlak, Carol Crossed, Mary Meehan ....

    Wikipedia's rules require third-party sources. I don't have access to my abortion books, and I am not an expert on people's biographies anyway.

    Does anybody want to tackle any of these?
  • 3 comments:

    Alnot said...

    Ya mean I am not on that list too? Hi Granny Grump I was out of things for awhile and am a granddaddy grump twice over now with another on the way. My son just put the money down on a minivan for his growing family. Life continues and that is good. Keep being pro life it is an honor to be counted with such.

    Rachael said...

    Here are some other important pro-life individuals not on the list (and all women to boot!):
    -Serrin Foster, president of Feminists For Life
    -Frederica Matthewes-Green, outspoken pro-life feminist author
    -Georgette Forney,
    President of NOEL and
    Co-Founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign
    -Vicki Thorn, founder of Project Rachel and National Office of Post-Abortion Reconciliation and Healing, which has lead thousands of hurting women to peace and healing after their abortions.

    GrannyGrump said...

    rachel, if you have a third party source, go ahead and post an entry! Even a stub is better than nothing.