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FRONT ROYAL, Virginia (LifesiteNews) — In honor of the 25 years dedicated to reporting on important issues concerning life, faith, family, and freedom, LifeSiteNews has officially launched a brand-new online event from Wednesday, September 14 to Friday, September 30: 25 Years: A Legacy of Life. 

25 Years: A Legacy of Life will begin this Wednesday, aiming to give readers and supporters a chance to participate like never before in the work of building a worldwide Culture of Life with LifeSiteNews. 

DeAnne, a native of Richmond, Virginia, in her mid-twenties, has been a reader of LifeSiteNews since graduating college. “LifeSiteNews has shone a spotlight on the pro-life issues I care most about. I’m so excited to see this great news organization make it to 25 incredible years of reporting on issues that are fundamental to our culture and our faith,” she told LifeSiteNews. 

DeAnne is not the only young millennial reading LifeSiteNews, proving that the 25-year mission of advocating for pro-life and pro-family values is stronger now more than ever — especially among young people. 

A young man named Michael from Flagler Beach, Florida, spoke with LifeSiteNews, saying, LifeSiteNews delivers the hard-hitting truth that many young men like myself are looking for in a world that tries to give us soft platitudes based on feelings.”  

In a world filled with “fake news,” the coveted 18-35 demographic is turning to LifeSiteNews for clarity and truth. 

This is what 25 Years: A Legacy of Life seeks to celebrate: gathering supporters of all generations to help contribute to the LifeSiteNews mission and bring the truth to next generation of pro-life leaders. 

Join in the 25 Years: A Legacy of Life celebration by visiting here and contributing a financial gift. 

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