Join the March for Life in DC on January 22
In less than a week hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers will converge on Washington, DC to protest abortion coverage in the federal health care bill. The March for Life will convene at the national Mall and move from there to the Capitol where marchers are urged to meet with their state representatives.
January 22 is the 37th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade which has resulted in the deaths of over 51 million innocents. If Congress passes legislation for a government take-over of the health care system, millions more will be slaughtered. And we, the taxpayers, will be forced to help fund these atrocities!
Please, make plans NOW to join your brethren pro-lifers in DC next Friday to show our elected officials that we will not tolerate the killing of more innocent life!
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — A coalition of pro-life groups have issued a new video urging pro-life advocates from across the country to come to Washington for the March for Life. While hundreds of thousands of Americans are there, the pro-life leaders hope they will take time to lobby their elected officials on the health care bill.
The video is a production of the Stop the Abortion Mandate coalition (of which LifeNews.com) is a member) that features dozens of pro-life groups.
In the video, Hawkins is joined by leaders such as Wendy Wright of Concerned Women for America, African-American pro-life advocate Day Gardner, and David Bereit of 40 Days for Life.
“On January 22nd, America will memorialize the 37th anniversary of the Roe versus Wade Supreme Court decision,” they say. “An unjust ruling that imposed abortion on all 50 states, and has already resulted in the deaths of more than 51 million children.”
Kristan Hawkins, the head of Students for Life of America, is one of the pro-life advocates featured in the video.
“Our goal is to influence as many pro-lifers as possible to come to Washington on Friday, January 22nd and say ‘No Abortion in Health Care’ and then march up to the Capitol to meet with their elected representatives,” she told LifeNews.com today.
“This could be our last chance to take a public stand as a united movement that can actually influence the outcome of the current health care debate,” she adds.