Angelique Clark, a junior high school student from Las Vegas, Nevada, had to decide what to do when her school, West Career and Technical Academy, denied her application to start a Pro-Life club. Determined to fight for her rights, Clark sought the help of law firm Thomas More Society, a firm known for helping out in cases like this. The firm sent a demand letter to the school.

When the school board made no answer whatsoever, Clark and the law firm filed a discrimination lawsuit against the school.

“When I first applied to form a pro-life club, I never imagined I would have to sue my school to be able to exercise my free speech rights,” Clark says.

According to a Fox and Friends interview on Fox News, the school claims that the club would be too controversial, and that Angelique doesn’t have a faculty advisor supervising the club. Angelique points that she in fact has had an advisor backing her up since December of 2014, and that considering the school’s inclusion of other Bible clubs, Gay/Straight Alliance clubs, etc., she shouldn’t be discriminated against.


Angelique states that she is a passionate pro-life advocate, has “studied a lot about abortion, and I know the real facts behind it, and I really wanted to educate people about what it really does to women and pre-born human beings. It’s not just a choice. It’s something that affects a lot of people in a very negative way.”


Adrienne is a junior at George Fox University. She grew up writing stories and training in classical ballet, and now she studies English and hopes to use art and the written word to create positive change in her world.