Recently released information proves the pro-abortion lie that Life is a losing issue is just flat-out wrong

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Setbacks at the ballot box haven’t dampened the spirits of the pro-life movement; in fact, it’s stronger than ever, ready to usher in a new era for unborn lives in the womb. 

Despite challenges, the pro-life movement remains steadfast, challenging the status quo and advocating for policies aligned with the majority of Americans’ views.

And this recently released information proves the pro-abortion lie that Life is a losing issue is just flat-out wrong.

As the political landscape evolves, so does the approach of the March for Life, the iconic annual event that unites tens of thousands in the fight for the sanctity of life.

Since its inception in 1974, the March for Life has transformed into a formidable force for change, standing against the tide of Roe v. Wade

And every year, the march grows.

Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life, emphasized that the march’s energy remains undiminished even after the Supreme Court overturned Roe’s precedent in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.

“The march for life was born in a moment after Roe was overturned, and there was a lot of confusion about choosing life, and the unborn child,” said Mancini. 

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, she highlighted the critical role of the state march program in strengthening the pro-life grassroots.

Expanding its reach beyond the iconic January event, March for Life has ventured into the state level, organizing rallies in cities across the nation. 

This expansion is not merely a numerical feat; it’s a strategic move to redirect activism toward state-level battles and cultivate a “culture of life.”

In the wake of the Dobbs decision in June 2022, pro-life leaders and conservative politicians have intensified their focus on creating a world where “abortion is unthinkable.” 

Mancini elucidated that this effort encompasses not only changing abortion laws but also supporting women facing unexpected pregnancies.

“The heart of pro-life is supporting women and wanting what’s best for them,” Mancini affirmed. 

Amidst the political strife, March for Life envisions a world where abortion becomes a relic of the past, a testament to the resilience and strength of the pro-life movement.

While the political fight over abortion persists, recent setbacks in statewide ballot initiatives have fueled a learning process for the pro-life movement. 

Mancini acknowledged the lessons along the way and emphasized that public opinion surveys indicate a majority of Americans do not favor completely unrestricted abortion.

“For at least 12 years strong, 7 out of 10 Americans would limit abortion at most to the first three months of pregnancy,” Mancini revealed. 

The theme of the 2024 March for Life, “with every woman, for every child,” aims to dispel confusion surrounding pro-life advocacy. 

Mancini emphasized the movement’s commitment to supporting both the woman and the unborn child, offering a compassionate approach in the face of unplanned pregnancies.

A recent report by the Charlotte Lozier Institute highlighted the impactful role of nearly 3,000 pro-life pregnancy centers across the nation. 

In 2022 alone, these centers provided crucial services, including new client consultations, pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STI tests, parenting classes, and sexual risk avoidance education.

Moreover, pregnancy centers delivered $358 million worth of material support for new mothers, underscoring the pro-life movement’s dedication to practical assistance. 

Mancini drew a distinction between advocacy for abortion access and the pro-life movement, emphasizing the latter’s focus on encouragement, support, and empowerment for women facing unplanned pregnancies.

“The pro-life movement is the opposite,” Mancini declared. “We want to encourage and support women, come alongside them and strengthen them; and tell them ‘you can do this. You have what it takes to do this. This is going to be hard, but it will be beautiful, and we will be here with you.'”

As the pro-life movement marches forward, state by state, it signals a revolution in the fight for unborn lives—a revolution driven by compassion, empowerment, and an unwavering commitment to building a culture where every life is valued and protected.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.