Thousands of people have come together in Washington D.C., to participate in the March for Life and stand up for the unborn and the millions of lives that have been lost since the Supreme Court's tragic decision in the case of Roe v. Wade. The march is the largest pro-life event in the world dedicated to promoting a society where every human life is valued and protected. If you've never had the opportunity to be there in person, we hope you will soon!
But just because you couldn't make it out D.C. this year doesn't mean you can't participate from wherever you are! We've put together three easy ways for you to participate in the March for Life right now.
This year, maybe more than ever, the marchers need your prayers. A massive snowstorm is headed their way and many have speculated that it could be one of the largest on record for the D.C. area. Please pray everyone stays safe and warm and that the march will go on without interference.
Please also pray that the march is extraordinarily successful and that the media, politicians, and the entire nation take note and consider the repercussions of the horrific practice of abortion.
Join the Conversation on Social Media
If you're on Twitter, many will be live tweeting from the march (Including us! Follow at @alliancedefends) and sharing pictures and video. The official hashtag for the march is #WhyWeMarch, and March for Life (@March_for_Life) is hosting a #WhyWeMarch tweetfest from 9 AM - 5 PM ET. You can find sample tweets here. You can also search for #WeAreProLife, #MarchForLIfe, and #MFL2016, and tweet and retweet to your heart's content to show your support.
You can find pictures and video on Periscope, Instagram, and Facebook. If you'd like to participate by sharing your own pictures and videos, we encourage you to do so by taking the #WhyWeMarch/#WeAreProLife Challenge with a 15 second video or picture. You can also follow along with ADF on our March For Life Snapchat story!
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