In 10 short days…
The March for Life will take place on Friday, January 18, 2019 in Washington, D.C. This annual gathering in opposition to Roe v. Wade regularly draws 100,000+ people. The March for Life honors the memory of the millions of children killed as a result of Roe, demonstrates to lawmakers that abortion is not a “settled issue,” and is a terrific opportunity to network with fellow pro-life advocates and coordinate strategies to save lives in the coming year.
If you wish to march alongside Secular Pro-Life, you can find us at the Rehumanize International pre-March meet-up between 10:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. at the Mall side of Smithsonian Castle, near the statue of Prof. Joseph Henry. Details about the meet-up can be found here. (Look for our 14-foot-tall, bright blue banner; you really can’t miss it.) Secular Pro-Life president Kelsey Hazzard and frequent blog contributor Sarah Terzo, among others, will speak at the meet-up. The March for Life itself will begin with a noon rally, followed by a march up Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court of the United States.
If you are still in town on the evening of the 18th, please join us for our second annual karaoke fundraiser from 7 to 11! Details here.
The next day (Saturday, January 19), Secular Pro-Life will have exhibit booths at the Students for Life of America Conference in Upper Marlboro, MD and the Cardinal O’Connor Conference at Georgetown University. If you’ve registered for either of those conferences, be sure to stop by our booth for free literature you can use on your campus.
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