New Orleans Right to Life

Shanon Snyder
[email protected]
200 Robert E. Lee Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70124

New Orleans Right to Life Programs

Life on the Road: Life-Bus Educational Project

ACCESS, New Orleans Right to Life, and Louisiana Right to Life have joined to create a Mobile Crisis Pregnancy Center to provide resources to women in our area. This mobile unit will visit a different high school each week to promote awareness and education.

Proudly Pro-Life Dinner

The annual Proudly Pro-Life Dinner offers members of the New Orleans community the opportunity to come together and honor those who have served the cause of life. Proceeds benefit pro-life efforts in New Orleans.

Pro-Life Poster and Video Contests

“If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong.”  These words were written by Abraham Lincoln to highlight the self-evident evil of slavery.  We too recognize that a threat to human life anywhere is a threat to human life everywhere.

This contest gives students the opportunity to express this truth through art and media, to utilize and share their unique creativity and perspective, and to expand their knowledge of life issues.

Click this link to go to the Pro-Life Poster and Video Contest page.

Staff:  Shannon Snyder
New Orleans Right to Life Projects Coordinator

Shanon Snyder joined the Louisiana Right to Life team in August 2015 as the New Orleans Projects Director. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he became involved with 40 Days for Life in April 2012. Since his time with 40 Days for Life he has committed himself fully to the cause of the defenseless. He became involved with Louisiana Right to Life in March 2014 as a volunteer working in various campaigns of the organization. During the 2014 Senate election he worked as New Orleans Field Director for Women Speak Out PAC — a partner of Susan B. Anthony List — managing door-to-door canvassers in Southeastern Louisiana.

Shanon is a graduate of the University of Mobile, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in theology. He is a graduate student at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is preparing for his Doctorate of Theology. He lives in New Orleans and is an active member of his local church.