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Pro Life Generation
We are very excited to announce our speakers for 2016.
First is Jesús Emmanuel Acha Martinez, known everywhere throughout the Spanish-speaking world simply as Emmanuel. Emmanuel came on the music scene in Mexico in the late 1970’s. By the 1980’s he was arguably the country’s biggest star.
Obianuju Ekeocha, founder and president of Culture of Life Africa. Obianuju has advised almost 20 African bishops on women’s and life issues, has met with Pope Francis, and co-authored two declarations with African bishops promoting the gospel of life in Africa.
David Daleiden, one of the young activists who are changing the face of the pro-life movement, David founded the Center for Medical Progress in 2013. In 2015 he shocked the conscience of America with his ongoing series of videos documenting Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in the body parts of aborted children. His exposé provoked members of congress and of state legislatures into ongoing attempts to revoke public funding for the nation’s largest abortionist.
Alveda King, who will be introduced by Fr. Frank Pavone, will lead the opening prayer of the rally. San Francisco’s Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone will present Gianna Molla Award to Mother Agnes of the Sisters of Life.
Come join us!
Thank you everyone for a fantastic 11th anniversary Walk for Life! We had by far the largest number of people walk this year. Here is fantastic aerial video showing the Walk from a unique vantage point! Here is the EWTN live coverage.
Check out some of the great media coverage here – click on 2015 link.
To change the perceptions of a society that thinks abortion is an answer. Abortion does violence to women and to their children, both physically and emotionally. We deserve better than abortion.
To be a vocal and visual message that people of the West Coast stand for life. To reach out to women harmed by abortion. To inform society of the damage done to women by abortion.
What We Do
Peaceably protest abortion, walking through San Francisco every year on or near January 22, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion.
The time is always right to do what is right.