The March for Life was a pilgrimage.

We marched for the babies.

Pro-Life Wisconsin joined with hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers from around the U.S. to speak for those who can't.

Pro-Life Wisconsin was interviewed by Wisconsin media while we were in Washington, D.C. See the coverage here:

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Fox 11
TMJ4
WUWM
Milwaukee Patch

We also had one of our marchers' hand-drawn signs featured here.

And tune in today, Monday, Jan. 30, at around 4 p.m., to Wisconsin Public Radio for a live interview of Communications Director Jade Hrdi about the March for Life.

Pro-Life News

EUTHANASIA: A Dutch woman doctor who drugged an elderly woman and then asked her family to hold her down as she fought desperately not to be killed did not break the law, according to medical experts citing the country's euthanasia legislation. PLW: When we say it's OK to kill one group of people - the preborn - without their consent, we say it's OK to kill anyone.

ABORTION BOOK: Brian Fisher paints a comprehensive picture of how the objectification of women – from rape, to trafficking and slavery, pornography, and violence – have all aided in the ultimate ending of unwanted pregnancies through abortions. PLW: Abortion tells women they can't be strong through a pregnancy and parenting. Life-affirming choices, like parenting or adoption, tell a woman she can do anything.

KENTUCKY: The EMW Women’s Clinic in Lexington closed on Friday, now the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville is the only option in the Commonwealth. PLW: There are other options for women - and they don't include killing children.

FUNDING: The Netherlands has committed $10 million to an initiative to fund abortion services in developing countries, Reuters reported Saturday. PLW: When President Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, U.S. funds were cut from international organizations that refer for or do abortions.

RACISM: Republican Rep. Mia Love of Utah mentioned a photograph she saw of a young black woman holding a sign that read “I survived Roe v. Wade.” PLW: The crowd at the March for Life represented all races - men and women - who want abortion outlawed.

ABORTION DEFINED: Much of the argumentation about abortion lies in the question of whether the fetus is a person. PLW: They never even get to breathe. That's the reality of abortion. We give them no chance at all.

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We're providing extra early notice for our two spring dinners so you can plan ahead! We're excited to host Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute both nights. Look for more details soon.

Events

Pro-Life Wisconsin's spring dinners are Tuesday, March 28 and Wednesday, March 29. Stay up-to-date on our website for more details about these events coming soon.

Dignity at the End of Life, a Pro-life Healthcare Alliance & Wisconsin Catholic Medical Guilds conference, is Saturday, March 4, at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Fitchburg. Find more information and register at ProlifeHealthcare.org/madison.

Rosary for Life will meet weekly Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at the Marian Shrine on 68th & Stevenson streets, Wauwatosa. Why in the cold and dark? It is through prayer and sacrifice that we will win the battle.

See more events at ProLifeWI.org.

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