Michigan right to lifers also marched in Traverse City, Holland, Ludington, Riverview, and Dearborn; held candlelight vigils in Au Gres, East Tawas, Livonia, Midland, and Monroe; attended prayer services in Westland, Linwood, Gladwin, Grand Rapids, Bad Axe, Lake Odessa, Adrian, Brighton, Roscommon, Saginaw, and Sandusky; and held a memorial motorcade in Jackson.
Right to lifers also gathered in Louisville January 21 to rally at the Jefferson County Courthouse.
From memorial bell ringing in Eau Claire, a silent candlelight vigil walk in Door, a prayer service in Fond du Lac, a cemetery memorial service in Portage, and a march in Appleton, to rallies in Marathon, Sauk, Sheboygan, and Marquette, right to lifers
found a way to show their belief in the sanctity of life.
In neighboring North Carolina, right to lifers attended a march and rally in the state capital of Raleigh the same day.
Kentucky right to lifers also met with members of their congressional delegation in Washington, D.
Right to lifers
were "signaling an end to sitting on the sideline.
Once there is an understanding of the culture, concerns, and apprehensions of Blacks regarding this issue, right to lifers will be able to empower Black community leaders to take an active role in addressing this issue in their local communities.
Right to lifers who enter these communities must be prepared to answer questions regarding mistaken impressions about them and in language to which members of the target audience will respond.
Rain also threatened to fall on the 2,000 right to lifers attending the Pro-Life Unity Rally in Birmingham, Alabama, January 23.
Indiana right to lifers also focused on local events.
More than 5,000 right to lifers
attended the January 22 March for Life in St.
Right to lifers
have engaged in a battle against abortion on demand for over 25 years.