March for Life recap
Kelsey here. I’m finally home and have a moment to digest everything that has happened. This week was truly a whirlwind. That’s a good thing!
Some time ago, I wrote: “The anniversary of Roe v. Wade is a time to remember the lives lost, celebrate the lives saved, and renew our commitment to restoring the right to life. It is also a time to network and strategize to save lives and help moms in the coming year.” I’m proud to say we did every one of those things—and in addition, we equipped thousands of student activists (and adults) to reach secular audiences with the pro-life message, received excellent news coverage, raised money for Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center, got over 1,000 new likes on our facebook page, saw our #HelloHyde campaign make a positive impact on the House debate on the No Taxpayer Funding of Abortion Act… in short, we had our best January ever!
A picture is worth a thousand words, so I encourage you to check out our photo albums from the March for Life and the Students for Life of America east coast conference.
How many words is a video worth? I’m not sure, but check out this one of me speaking outside the Supreme Court of the United States!
Our task now is to keep the momentum going. Secular Pro-Life is a volunteer-run organization with no paid staff or physical office, and we rely on donations from regular people. If you like what we’re doing, please give as you’re able. We greatly appreciate your generosity.
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