FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JANUARY 18, 2019
CONTACT: RYAN HITE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
Washington, D.C.: Phyllis Schlafly Eagles Staff and activists are among the hundreds of thousands of pro-life advocates in the nation’s capital right now. Every year, people from across America gather at the anniversary of 1973’s Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision to protest the genocide of the abortion industry.
“Science has made clear one thing,” said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles, “that every unborn child is a life of its own, with a beating heart and its own unique DNA and identity. How can our country continue if we fail to protect the most innocent among us? We are so proud to march with our families, friends, children, and coworkers today. As science advances and the pro-life community grows, this is quickly becoming the defining issue for the younger generations of Americans.
“If American civilization and liberty are to continue, we must move quickly to defend the most innocent among us.”