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Stand Up! When?
January 25, 2020!
Stand Up! Where?
San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza!
Stand up! Why?
For the littlest among us!
Be there Saturday, January 25, 2020 at the 16th Annual Walk for Life West Coast! We’ll have speakers like pro-life hero Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life; Ms. Kathleen Folan, who will share her amazing story; and the Reverend Clenard Childress of BlackGenocide.org, one of America’s finest orators.
And, as always, we’ve got a special surprise in store for you!
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Tiny Heartbeats Thunder at January 26, 2019 Walk for Life West Coast!
In what will surely go down as the most memorable moment in the 15 year history of the Walk for Life West Coast, seven pregnant women and their unborn children ascended the stage, put microphones to their bellies, and filled San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza with the sounds of tiny heartbeats.
Two of the pregnant mothers were also speakers at the rally: former Planned Parenthood employees Abby Johnson and Patricia Sandoval. Both women walked away from their jobs at Planned Parentood in disgust, both are now among the most effective and articulate pro-life advocates in the country.
Other speakers included Fr. Shenan Bouqet of Human Life International, who gave an overview of the present state of the pro-life movement.
The final speaker was the Reverend Walter Hoye of Oakland who gave the Rally a powerful sendoff, recounting the words that earned him a 30-day sentence in Santa Rita jail, later overturned as a violation of the First Amendment to the Constitution: “God loves you and your baby. Let us help you.”
But great though the speakers and Walkers were, the 15th Annual Walk for Life West Coast will always be remembered for the tiny heartbeats of the babies.
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.