Live Action Marches for Life, Implores The Nation to “Love Them Both”


Washington, DC – Pro-life organization Live Action – one of the nation’s leading human rights nonprofits, with the largest and most engaged following in the global pro-life movement – will attend the annual March for Life on Friday, January 21, 2022.

Alongside dedicated volunteers and Live Action Ambassadors, Live Action will distribute approximately 20,000 signs displaying the vital message “Love Them Both” as well as other messages highlighting Live Action’s Baby Olivia.

 “For almost 50 years advocates in defense of our basic human right to be born and live have marched to the Supreme Court to make it clear that the continued intentional killing of our youngest citizens is unconscionable and must stop. After last year’s virtual event, hundreds of thousands of us are thrilled to be back in Washington, DC for the 2022 March for Life. Live Action and our advocates will be out in full force, sharing our message of love and support for both preborn children and their strong, courageous mothers. We will also share signs that show the undeniable humanity of the child in the womb, images which everyone needs to see, including our Supreme Court justices as they deliberate the fate of Dobbs v. Jackson which should end the injustice of Roe v. Wade once and for all,” said Lila Rose, President and Founder of Live Action.

Rose will be the keynote speaker at a subsequent event in California – Walk for Life West Coast on Saturday, January 22, 2022, where thousands are expected to attend in defense of the human life. 

Additionally, Live Action Correspondent Christina Bennett will be speaking at the National Pro-Life Summit that same day. Both speakers will be available for media interviews after each event. 

“This is a landmark year for the pro-life movement. Our supporters, activists and team members’ passion and perseverance fueled the mission in 2021, and we will continue to make progress to end abortion in 2022,” concluded Rose.

SOURCE Live Action

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