Abortion survivors make their voices heard
Yesterday, America mourned the loss of over 50 million preborn children to abortion, and the survivors will make their voices heard. The annual March for Life is today, and while the destruction of a generation is almost too much to bear, nearly a half million people assembled to march against the horror and injustice of abortion.
Many of the marchers remember the day Roe was decided, and have been Pro-Life activists ever since. But what is truly amazing — and able to bring joy to the pain of this anniversary — are the number of abortion survivors who are taking a stand.
Bus loads of high school and college students poured into D.C. over the weekend. These survivors are adamantly Pro-Life. Anyone born after 1973 has stood face-to-face with the reality of abortion, and they’ve seen the havoc it has wreaked. They wonder, when did we become a nation that would disregard an entire generation as unworthy?
Today the mainstream media will not mention the half million people marching on the Capitol Mall. Our nation has turned a blind eye to the genocide occurring in its own backyard. But the voices of these hundreds of thousands of marchers matter because they represent the millions of innocent lives discriminated against in the grossest form.
The Pro-Life movement grows stronger each year because people are opening their eyes to the truth. Texas Right to Life continues to stand strong beside millions of other Pro-Life people who are dedicated to spreading the message of Life.
Tags: abortion, culture, media