I didn’t know what to expect at my first March for Life last week. How would I fit in? Everyone knows pro-lifers are patriarchal, angry, white men.
This family marches together annually.
The courageous Rebecca Kiessling*.
Don’t you love their yellow hats?
Chose life for her daughter 24 years ago.
Radical, right-wing extremists.
Um, Mr. President…
Bold and beautiful.
Self-proclaimed secular pro-lifers.
Here comes LSU…
and Sienna College…
and Carnegie Mellon…
Married, marching since 1974.
Thanks, Mom and Grandma.
Their Mom and Grandma with her sign.
“I’m worth waiting for.”
Really, really old.
You say it’s your birthday?
Curmudgeons who don’t have any fun.
Definitely not cool.
He got a little “change” in his pocket.
Pro-life generation, nose rings and all.
The wisdom of Seuss.
They don’t care about women and children.
Mother and child.
Watching from Daddy’s shoulders.
In fact, they don’t care about women’s rights at all.
New wave feminists are pro-life.
Me and Jewels Green of Feminists for Life.
Personhood for all.
On Capitol Hill.
Not enough of them to cover in the news anyway.
Is this enough?
How about this?
Just a handful of loonies.
View from Constitution Avenue.
Who aren’t going away anytime soon.
Old Glory in the March for Life.
40 years too many.
God’s plan looked foolish to men, but it is wiser than the best plans of men. God’s plan which may look weak is stronger than the strongest plans of men. 1 Corinthians 1:25 NLV
Let Mercy Lead by the timeless Rich Mullins.
“Various media outlets put the estimate for this year’s March for Life crowd at between 500,000 and 650,000.” Catholic News Service
The March for Life is scheduled for January 22nd of both 2014 and 2015, marking the 41st and 42nd anniversaries of Roe v. Wade.
Every picture tells a story. What’s your favorite?
*I was surprised and delighted to run into Rebecca Kiessling in the crowds at the March for Life. To hear her story, please watch Reclaiming the Human Center of the Abortion Debate or see Rebecca’s website.
Also, if you haven’t already, please see my written report on BlogHer Walking the March for Life for the First Time.