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FRC Holds March for Life 2004

( [email protected] ) Jan 14, 2004 10:37 AM EST

Family Research Council is holding an open house on January 22, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. to have people partake on the issue of pro-life legislation through marching in supporting pro-life.



Event Synopsis:


In conjunction with the annual March for Life event, Family Research Council invites you to attend our open house, take a tour of the building, and get your questions about pro-life legislation answered. We will provide signs to carry at the march in support of life.



At noon the March for Life rally begins at the eclipse and marches up Constitution Avenue to the Supreme Court. This is a chance to join thousands of other pro-life Americans in support of the dignity of life.



'Silent No More Rally'


At 5pm, in front of the Supreme Court, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign will again give public witness to the harm abortion brings to women. Jennifer O'Neill, the national celebrity spokesperson of Silent No More, will be there to share the pain of her abortion as well as the joy of healing in Christ. Also joining her will be Melba Moore, and Dr. Alveda King (niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.).



Event Details:


FRC's open house before the march with food and hot drinks, starting at 10:00 to after the march. The march begins at 12:00 and FRC welcomes families to join us.


We will leave FRC at 11:30 and walk down to the eclipse for the beginning of the march.



Other Event Details:


If you are coming to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life, you are invited to extend your stay a little bit to come out and show support to these women and the others who will join them in front of the Supreme Court.


If you have had an abortion and are ready to share that experience publicly, you can sign up to be part of the group that holds the signs saying "I Regret My Abortion." And if you are not coming to Washington, you can organize or take part in these events in your own city. For info, visit www.SilentNoMoreAwareness.org.