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Updates! First Annual Pennsylvania March for Life!

By July 29, 2021Pennsylvania
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Have you heard the latest? Abby Johnson (former Planned Parenthood director now pro-life advocate), Ryan Bomberger (The Radiance Foundation), along with various elected officials will be speaking and marching at the first-ever Pennsylvania March for Life in Harrisburg on Monday, September 27.  Join Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Pennsylvania, along with thousands of pro-life individuals from around the state at this exciting event.

This is a wonderful opportunity to rally behind the pro-life bills currently in the legislature, in addition to showing support for our lawmakers on their first day back in session. Men, women, and families are all welcome and encouraged to attend.

Here are the event details:
: Monday, September 27
11:00 a.m. – Rally at the Pennsylvania State Capitol (Commonwealth Avenue, Harrisburg)
12:00 Noon – March for Life begins

We invite you to meet up and march with CWA of Pennsylvania. Drop me an email if you plan to attend, and I will send a meet-up location as the event draws closer.

Additional Information:

  • Will will provide signs, but if you would like to make your own, and need ideas, check out the examples on the March for Life website.
  • Visit the March for Life website for FAQs and additional details such as vehicle parking options.

We cannot sit by and allow the radical pro-abortion agenda to succeed in our nation and state.  As we link arms together, we protect the innocent lives of those who cannot protect themselves and reverse the current culture to one that honors life from conception to natural death.

I look forward to seeing you at the march!  Please share this alert with your family and friends.

“And let us not lose heart and grow weary and faint in acting nobly and doing right, for in due time and at the appointed season we shall reap, if we do not loosen and relax our courage and faint.” – Galatians 6:9

From knees to feet,
Dilonna M. Coran
State Director