The Family Research Council is hosting a panel event commemorating the 5th anniversary of Terri Schaivo's death on Monday, March 29 at 11:00 a.m., at its office in Washington, D.C. (801 G Street, N.W.). It's free and a light lunch will be provided. It also will be Webcast on March 31 at frc.org. Panelists include FRC Senior Fellow for Legal Issues Cathy Ruse; Terri's brother Bobby Schindler, a full-time pro-life and disability rights advocate; David Gibbs, the Schindler family's lead attorney and author of Fighting for Dear Life; and Robert Destro, professor of law, The Catholic University of America. Call 800-225-4008 to RSVP or for more information, or click here to register. To learn more, click here for a flyer. In this period where secular progressives have advanced the culture of death, Terri's death and legal struggles, and the lessons learned, are most relevant. Her sad episode served as a momentous indictment on our culture's progressive devaluation of life. This anniversary look-back at a breathtaking event of five years ago will be an important reminder that the situation surrounding her death should forever remain in our collective national memory.