Jason Jones (activist/filmmaker)
October 9, 1971
Jones began working in the pro-life movement while attending the University of Hawaii. There he formed the Pro-Life Student Union and also served as State Chairman of Young Americans for Freedom, a national group of conservative student activists. He later became Chairman of the Hawaii Young Republicans, and worked as Chief-of-Staff for State Representative Mark Moses. Jones' other pro-life credentials include: Director of Hawaii Right to Life, National Youth Director of American Life League, grassroots Director of Brownback for President, and Public Relations Director for the world's largest international pro-life organization, Human Life International [2001-7].[unreliable source?] As a public speaker, he travels frequently, speaking out against abortion and touching on "Responsibility" in a sovereign nation Jones is the host of The Great Campaign on Radio Maria. He has verbally sparred with pro-choice activists on ABC's Politically Incorrect, Fox and CNN.
The Stoning of Soraya M.
- Crescendo, 2011
- Eyes to See, 2010
In March 2009, Jones travelled to Sudan and visited refugees in Northern Aweil, on the Darfur border and inspected 26 new water wells. In addition, he distributed $2 million in food, medicine, and other aid. This visit was undertaken despite the expulsion of all non-governmental organizations and a warning of unsafe travel from the U.S. State Department.
Jones began working in the pro-life movement while he was attending the University of Hawaii. He formed the Pro-Life Student Union and was chairman of the Hawaii chapter of Young Americans for Freedom, a group of conservative student activists.
Upon graduation, Jones became Chairman of the Hawaii Young Republicans and worked as the Chief-of-Staff for State Representative Mark Moses. Jones served as the Director of Hawaii Right to Life.
He was the grassroots director for Senator Sam Brownback's presidential campaign. He was Public Relations Director for the world’s largest international pro-life organization, Human Life International from 2001 to 2007.
- "Bella star travels to Darfur to Aid". christianpost.com. Retrieved 2009-05-10.
- "Jason Jones - Biography". Wisconsin Right to Life. Retrieved 2009-05-10.