Live Action Rallies at Zuckerberg General Hospital May 17th


Washington, D.C. — Pro-life organization Live Action – one of the nation’s leading human rights organizations – will host a press conference and rally at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, the primary U.S. training facility for America’s abortionists.  

On the steps of Zuckerberg General Hospital, we will launch the second series of our incredibly impactful ‘Abortion Procedures’ videos, which depict the stark realities of abortion,” said President and Founder of Live Action, Lila Rose. “We hope to shed light on the dark truth of these procedures – which abortion facilities lie about to expectant mothers and the voting public.

Current research indicates that 46% of self-identified pro-choice women view abortion more negatively after watching the content. 19% of those pro-choice women said abortion should never be legal after watching.

The event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 17 at 10 a.m. PT In front of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center at 1001 Potrero Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110.

At the event, Rose will be joined by former abortionists who are featured in the series, including Dr. Beverly McMillian and Dr. Kathi Aultman. Speakers also include additional medical professionals and prominent community leaders. Speakers will be available for comment after the event. 

We know that when people learn, they change,” concluded Rose. “Anyone considering an abortion should watch these videos to understand the physical and emotional trauma that the abortion industry attempts to hide. Share these videos with friends and family, and you may save a life.

SOURCE Live Action

PHOTO CREDIT American Life League

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