A Statement from Beth Fox

A statement from Beth Fox, Board President of Rehumanize International


It is with great honor, humility, and excitement that I have accepted the role of Board President for Rehumanize International. For those who may not know, I have been actively involved in the pro-life and Consistent Life Ethic movement for over a decade, served on the Rehumanize Board for the past four years, and have been the Board Treasurer for the past two. I’m excited to take on a greater leadership role in this incredible organization and continue to work alongside Herb and the rest of our team to pursue our mission of seeking a life free from violence for all humans from conception to natural death. Specifically, I want to facilitate communication between our core and affiliate chapters and improve engagement among our executive and advisory board members.


I am currently based in central Virginia but love to travel. I have obtained two master’s degrees, one in developmental psychology and the other in public health. I love research and statistics. Currently, I work from home as an online college tutor, where I tutor these subjects and do general essay review. I’m also an avid reader and crocheter. My friends often tease me for having an old soul, though I’m still two months shy of my 30th birthday — a day I spent most of my life thinking I’d never get to see.


The Consistent Life Ethic has tremendous personal importance to me as I was targeted for abortion due to a poor fetal prognosis that led doctors to conclude my quality of life would be so poor that having an abortion would be the “merciful” choice. I now live with chronic illness and multiple disabilities. As an adult, I’ve been denied adequate care because of this, and I have had doctors try to coerce me into signing a DNR because they were ready to give up on my life, again. I rely on medical devices to help me see, walk, and breathe, and because of this many think my life must be worthless or full of nothing but suffering, but this could not be farther from the truth. It is my great honor to serve alongside this organization which sees the value in my life and is willing to hand me the microphone and stand up when I can’t. As long as humans like me are being killed in the name of mercy, I will fight. As long as any human being is denied the human right to live free from state-sanctioned violence, Rehumanize will fight. Will you join us in this fight?



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