This Friday marks the 48th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.
America has aborted more than 60 million babies since the 1973 Roe decision. This week, an avowedly pro-choice administration is committed to growing this number even more. These facts mean the pro-life movement is at a crossroads. It’s time we examine our approach and ask a hard question: Is it working?
2021 will be a year that could have big implications for abortion. A more conservative Supreme Court, plus changes in leadership both in Congress and in the White House could lead to a flurry of legal fights over abortion. Roe v. Wade itself might be in play by the end of the year.
But what if we’ve gotten it all wrong by focusing on legal and political action? Worse yet, what if our strident political and legal activism has alienated otherwise influenceable Americans? According to a recent Gallup poll 48 percent of Americans identify as pro-choice.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brittany Smith
Brittany Smith is the Senior News Writer for Save the Storks. Save the Storks’ partners with pregnancy resource centers across the United States to empower women with choice during pregnancy. Save the Storks exists to inspire cultural change by shaping compelling pro-life narratives and empowering strategic partners to serve and value every life.