Participants at the 49th annual March for Life expressed optimism about the state of the pro-life movement as the U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on a case that many believe could alter abortion legal precedent in the United States.
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An African American activist speaking at the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., recalled the abortion she had in high school and insisted that for black lives to truly matter, care for their lives must start in the womb.
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What I have found most disturbing in the pro-abortion response to the possibility of the Supreme Court overturning or severely restricting Roe v. Wade is the complete lack of acknowledgment of the humanity of the unborn child.
After I came to know Christ when I was 16, everything in my life changed, including how I understood the sanctity of life and the role of the family. All human beings are knitted together by God for his glory.
At this year’s March for Life, pro-life advocates have many reasons to be hopeful.
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