Projects This month was all about highlighting policies that protect the most vulnerable. Since the Democratic Party has disavowed the popular Hyde Amendment, Secular Pro-Life is reminding folks just how many children the amendment has saved: about 2.4 million people are alive today thanks to Hyde. Kelsey organized a virtual rally (“Out of Hyding“) emceed by Terrisa which gave attendees a picture of how important it is for us to protect Hyde.
This month Terrisa and Monica also spent time working with Colorado pro-life groups to promote Prop 115, which would ban elective late-term abortions in the state (donate here to help). Terrisa flew to Colorado this last week to lead a rally at the state capitol in support of this basic common ground legislation.
Terrisa at the rally for Prop 115.
Twitter We gained 333 new followers, bringing us to 12,630 total. We sent 111 tweets, which were viewed 314,000 times, including our outing of the infamous abortionist Leah Torres, who lost her medical license in the state of Alabama.
Facebook In September we gained 170 followers bringing us to 33,307 total. Our content was viewed over 305,182 times, including 6,500 views of our Geordi LaForge accidentally pro-life Star Trek meme demonstrating how disability is no way to judge the value of a life.
Why We Need a Pro-Life Woman on the Supreme Court: Kelsey outlines the need for pro-life women across the country to be adequately represented on the court and how Coney Barrett’s potential elevation to the Supreme Court puts into question the pro-choice trope that women need abortion to have successful, high-pressure careers.
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