My First March

anonymous:

I was born on January 22 1998. You know. I only just came across this blog and I want to thank you for standing up for true human rights. This year I went on my first march in DC and it was wonderful but devastating to know that a gathering of 500 the next day, protesting a gun issue would be covered nationally, whereas a gathering of 650,000 people would be avoided like the plague, or the issue of a living fetus. Thank you for speaking openly and kindly rather than promoting anger

cultureshift:

Thank you for standing up as well. You are young and FULL of potential. You have an entire lifetime to fight the injustice of human abortion. Your legacy will be written by all of the beautiful children you save. Although you will rarely know that you directly impacted a mother’s decision to protect her child, I can assure you that your impact will be felt and your voice will be heard.

The abortion lobby controls most of the mass media outlets in the United States and that is why we must work extra hard to get the word out. Never be discouraged, never give up. The prenatal members of our human family desperately need YOU.

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