On Saturday, March 7th, hundreds of pro-life citizens from all across the country will be making a public stand for life. People from St. Louis, Chicago, Indiana, Virginia, Iowa, South Dakota, and more will be calling for an end to abortion with the third annual March on the Arch.
This high-energy event will begin at the last remaining abortion facility in the state of Missouri. This facility, Planned Parenthood, has been operating without an active medical license since May 2019. The dangerous health and safety violations committed there are expected to draw a record number of participants to March on the Arch 2020. Over 800 people marched in the event last year, from children in strollers to seniors, joining together to celebrate the importance of life and courageously call for better support for under-served pregnant women in our community.
Executive Director of The Coalition for Life St. Louis, Brian Westbrook, explains, “Women deserve better than abortion. Rather than ushering them into a room to be damaged and have the life within them killed, we need solutions to the problems they face.”
The Coalition for Life St. Louis, a pro-life non-profit organization, works tirelessly to end abortion in the St. Louis region by connecting pregnant women to life-affirming resources. Since 2011, the Coalition for Life St. Louis has empowered over 2,500 women to choose life. This is truly making an impact on our community and affecting countless lives.
The Coalition for Life St. Louis invites you to join in the March on the Arch on March 7th, 2020. Check-in begins at 11:00 AM, and the pre-march rally at 12:30 PM. Together, St. Louis can take a stand against abortion and promote the pro-Life message across the country.
Registration for March on the Arch and additional information is available online at STLMarch.com.
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