LI’s Campus Reform Interviews March for Life Attendees
January 28, 2011 | By Lauren Hart
January 28, 2011, Arlington, VA—Staff from the Leadership Institute’s Campus Reform went out to the March for Life in DC Monday to talk with attendees, many of them college students, about why they came so far to walk for a cause in weather so cold . Click more to watch the full video.
On Monday, Jan. 24 people all across our nation gathered in Washington, D.C. to march for those with no voice. Attendees, many of them students, came to America’s capitol to send a pro-life message to legislators that life begins at conception and ends in natural death.
The rally commenced at noon on the National Mall where more than 20 Members of Congress spoke and affirmed their shared view of life with hundreds of thousands of pro-life activists. After the rally, around 2 p.m., the activists marched up toward the Supreme Court where the landmark case Roe v. Wade set the precedent for legalized abortions.
To watch the full video of attendees from the 38th annual March for Life, please click here.
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