It’s March for Life day: Locations, coverage, roundup

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It's March for Life day: Locations, coverage, roundup

At march​for​life​.org/

The March for Life is a peace­ful demon­stra­tion to share the truth con­cern­ing the great­est human rights vio­la­tion of our time, legal­ized abor­tion on demand.

There’s also a secu­rity warning,

March for Life 2017 – Jan­u­ary 27, 2017
Par­tic­i­pants should be aware that due to height­ened secu­rity con­cerns, all will be required to go through airport-​type screen­ing to reach the rally site. The screen­ing sta­tions will be on the Wash­ing­ton Mon­u­ment grounds directly north of the Mon­u­ment near 16th Street. Screen­ing will begin at 9:00 AM. Please allow extra time to get to the rally site.
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Because “love trumps hate”, and the March For Life won’t embrace a rape-​torturer psy­chopath, the way the Sat­ur­day march did.

There are local events planned across the coun­try.

Can’t Make It to the March for Life? Here’s How You Can Participate

The Wash­ing­ton March is sched­uled to start at 11:45am East­ern, but Will main­stream media pay atten­tion to March for Life now that Mike Pence is speak­ing? I agree with J.D.; odds are that the net­works and most cable TV sta­tions will not. C-​Span cov­er­age starts at 12noon, end­ing at 2pm. As I type this, One Amer­ica News announced they will be cov­er­ing the Wash­ing­ton rally.

As of the writ­ing of this post (10:10AM), #March­For­Life is Twitter’s top trend.

Here’s a brief roundup of this morning’s articles:

AOL: Trump shames media cov­er­age of March for Life, Pence to become first VP to attend

NBC: DC’s ‘March for Life’ to high­light gains by abor­tion opponents

USA Today: March for Life par­tic­i­pants opti­mistic about Trump, Pence

News­busters: Net­works Cover Women’s March 129x More Than March for Life

Eura­sia Review: March For Life Scares Death Indus­try – OpEd

News­day: March for Life: Ride along with Long Island marchers

If you would like your post added to the roundup, please leave a link in the com­ments sec­tion.

Fausta Rodríguez Wertz posts on U.S. and Latin Amer­ica at Fausta’s blog.

At marchforlife.org/

The March for Life is a peaceful demonstration to share the truth concerning the greatest human rights violation of our time, legalized abortion on demand.

There’s also a security warning,

March for Life 2017 – January 27, 2017
Participants should be aware that due to heightened security concerns, all will be required to go through airport-type screening to reach the rally site. The screening stations will be on the Washington Monument grounds directly north of the Monument near 16th Street. Screening will begin at 9:00 AM. Please allow extra time to get to the rally site.
Click Here for More Info

Because “love trumps hate”, and the March For Life won’t embrace a rape-torturer psychopath, the way the Saturday march did.

There are local events planned across the country.

Can’t Make It to the March for Life? Here’s How You Can Participate

The Washington March is scheduled to start at 11:45am Eastern, but Will mainstream media pay attention to March for Life now that Mike Pence is speaking? I agree with J.D.; odds are that the networks and most cable TV stations will not. C-Span coverage starts at 12noon, ending at 2pm. As I type this, One America News announced they will be covering the Washington rally.

As of the writing of this post (10:10AM), #MarchForLife is Twitter’s top trend.

Here’s a brief roundup of this morning’s articles:

AOL: Trump shames media coverage of March for Life, Pence to become first VP to attend

NBC: DC’s ‘March for Life’ to highlight gains by abortion opponents

USA Today: March for Life participants optimistic about Trump, Pence

Newsbusters: Networks Cover Women’s March 129x More Than March for Life

Eurasia Review: March For Life Scares Death Industry – OpEd

Newsday: March for Life: Ride along with Long Island marchers

If you would like your post added to the roundup, please leave a link in the comments section.

Fausta Rodríguez Wertz posts on U.S. and Latin America at Fausta’s blog.