National Women’s March Tells Pro-Life Women They’re Not Welcome

National   |   Kristi Hamrick   |   Sep 29, 2021   |   12:06PM   |   Washington, DC

Students for Life of America will counter the Women’s Marches in 24 cities nationwide this Saturday, October 2nd after march organizers told them pro-life women were not welcome.

“Making the Women’s March a hostile place for pro-life women shows that the purpose of this march isn’t about supporting women,” said Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins. “This isn’t a ‘women’s’ march, it’s an abortion march at which radical feminists sell out women by throwing away all issues except ending preborn life. The message that women must choose between career and family is modern misogyny that undercuts all of us.”

“Telling pro-life women that they aren’t welcome at the Women’s March excludes about half of us from a conversation on what women need to thrive. We will march for all women — born and preborn — invited or not, because women deserve support in their careers and in their relationships. We don’t have to pick just one,” Hawkins added.

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SFLA’s 3 largest counter events will be in:

  • Austin, Texas: The Austin counter event will take place at 1100 Congress Avenue, Austin TX, 78746 at 9:00 am CST and will be coordinated by Faith Elwonger.
  • Jackson, Mississippi: The Jackson counter event will take place at 1200 Lakeland Drive, Jackson MS, 39216 at 1:00 pm CST and will be coordinated by Omarr Peters.
  •  Washington D.C.: The Washington D.C. counter event will take place at 1325 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20004 at 11:00 am EDT and will be coordinated by Elizabeth Nogueras.

SFLA demonstrators will be carrying signs reading, “The Future is Anti-Abortion.”

Additionally, SFLA will hold counter-demonstrations in cities where SFLA has launched the new Campaign for Abortion Free Cities. For a full list of Women’s March counter-demonstrations, visit Students from among SFLA’s 1,250 established student groups will join the demonstrations.

“Although SFLA has been unwelcome at previous Women’s Marches, we have continued to show up year after year to be a voice for the preborn and women targeted by the abortion industry. SFLA has experienced harassment and hostility from pro-abortion advocates at these events,” Hawkins concluded.