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After ‘March for Life’ is Cancelled, Purple Sash Revolution Plans January 22 Rally at SCOTUS

"We draw from Dr. King's witness of peaceful public engagement in ending the horror of segregation and institutional racism as an example for us to follow in ending the injustice of abortion violence."

WASHINGTON, Jan. 16, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — January 22 is the 48th Memorial of the Roe v. Wade decision which has resulted in the deaths of 63 million American children through abortion violence.
 
Participants will gather at 3rd St. NE and East Capitol St. at 12:00 PM and then walk to the Supreme Court.
 
At 2:30 there will be a gathering at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) calling for the United States Senate to reject the confirmation of abortion extremist, Xavier Becerra, as HHS Secretary.
 
Purple Sash Revolution is a project of the Stanton Public Policy Center. Stanton Public Policy Center is a women’s advocacy and educational group that works on issues of human rights and justice which empower and inspire women.  It is affiliated with Stanton Healthcare which has life-affirming women’s health clinics in America and internationally.
 
Here is the website for Purple Sash Revolution: https://purplesashrevolution.com/
 
Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of the Stanton Public Policy Center, states;

“While we are deeply saddened the ‘March for Life’ will not be happening this year, it is critical the pro-life community have a peaceful and prayerful witness at the Supreme Court calling for the end of abortion violence in America.

“As we gather on the Roe v. Wade Memorial, we will be embracing the powerful words of civil rights activist and feminist Sojourner Truth when she stated, ‘Truth is powerful and it prevails.’

“We are peacefully coming together to stand for human rights and equality as we make clear, we will never to be silent on the issue of abortion violence. Like Sojourner, we believe truth will prevail over the injustice of abortion.”

Rev. Patrick Mahoney, Chief Strategy Officer for Stanton Public Center, adds;

“On the Roe v. Wade Memorial, we are mindful it is also the week America celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We draw from Dr. King’s witness of peaceful public engagement in ending the horror of segregation and institutional racism as an example for us to follow in ending the injustice of abortion violence.

“As the most pro-abortion President and Congress take power in Washington, D.C., the pro-life community will peacefully gather on the streets of our nation’s capital being a voice for the voiceless and crying out for equality.”

SOURCE Stanton Public Policy Center

PHOTO CREDIT: Purple Sash Revolution

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