2020 March for Life to Kick Off Year’s Pro-Life Efforts

Now that we have turned the calendar to 2020, it is time to look toward what the pro-life movement will accomplish in this new year. And, what better way to start the year with focus and motivation than by kicking it off with March for Life rallies across the country? If you have been considering attending a state rally or the national rally in Washington D.C., here is what you should know: Why was March for Life started? March for Life started as a small demonstration organized by pro-life advocates to commemorate the first anniversary of the Roe v. Wade

2019 March for Life Floods Washington with Pro-Life Message

Advocates for life flooded into Washington, D.C. on January 18th to take part in a 45-year-old annual tradition and the largest pro-life event of the year: the March for Life. The 2019 March for Life drew thousands upon thousands of participants. Starting with a rally on the National Mall, the marchers walked from this gathering point to the U.S. Supreme Court building, giving witness to the strength of the pro-life cause along the way. Begun in January of 1974 as a protest movement in response to the Roe v. Wade decision, the first March for Life consisted of a rally,

A Tale of Two Marches

January 19th and January 20th of 2018 were both significant days in America. On January 19th, pro-lifers swarmed Washington, D.C., to participate in the 45th annual March for Life. A day later, thousands of men and women, primarily pro-abortion, came to D.C. to attend the 2nd annual Women’s March. Although these two marches were only separated by a single day, their participants, attitude, and rhetoric were worlds apart. Beginning with the latter, the rhetoric of the Women’s March on Washington was vile, violent, and angry. Although concerned with change, this march has become well known for the explicit and vulgar

2018 March for Life Recap: Pro-Lifers Make History in Washington

On Thursday, January 18th at 9:15 pm, two buses loaded with over 100 students departed from Hillsdale College, a small private school in southern Michigan. These buses contained just a few of the hundreds of thousands of people making a pilgrimage to Washington, D.C., for a single purpose: the March for Life. An event often ignored by the mainstream media, the annual march is routinely among the largest human rights demonstrations in the world, and its numbers continue to rise. Since its inception in 1974, when an estimated 20,000 people gathered to protest the now infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme

President Trump, VP Pence to Pro-Life Marchers: “We Are With You”

While every day is a great day to be pro-life, this day — that of the March for Life — stands among the greatest. At the 45th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., earlier this afternoon, hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers who had gathered in our nation’s capitol to call for an end to abortion were addressed by the three highest ranking men in the order of presidential succession: President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. While the crowds gathered before marching for a rally near the Washington Monument, a satellite rally was

March for Life Draws Varied Reactions from Candidates

Hundreds of thousands attended the March for Life in Washington this past Friday on 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade. The only GOP candidate that spoke at the event, Carly Fiorina, said in her speech that “this election is a fight for the character of our nation” and that she was “prepared to stand for life.” The Blaze reported that before her speech at the March for Life on Friday, Iowa GOP Senator Joni Ernst said that Republican front runner Donald Trump and other presidential candidates should tell voters where they stand on Roe v. Wade. So here they are: Marco Rubio tweeted: The right

March for Life Marks 43 Years Since Roe

The March For Life will take place today on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The annual march memorializes the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision 43 years ago in Roe v. Wade forcing every state in the union to permit the destruction of innocent unborn children. After more than four decades of marching year after year in the bitter cold and snow, some might ask, “Nothing is changing. Why keep doing it?” Many Americans said the same thing about slavery after the Supreme Court’s horrific Dred Scott decision. Thankfully, men and women of faith in the 1800s persevered and slavery