National Pro-Life Women’s Conference Could be Celebrating Supreme Court Overturning Roe

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jun 1, 2022   |   3:49PM   |   Washington, DC

The 6th annual Pro-Life Women’s Conference in Indianapolis at the end June will possibly be the first pro-life focused conference to take place following the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and the likely gutting of Roe v. Wade. While the conference isn’t a political one, many of the attendees are involved in ministries and organizations that are affected by the news and help women in unplanned pregnancies.

“The Pro-Life Women’s Conference is the only conference of its kind that brings together women in the pro-life movement to build relationships with each other and strategize on how to work together to serve women across the country who are often facing dire circumstances,” said Pamela Whitehead, director of the conference and of ProLove Ministries. “There is no more crucial time to be together in one place talking about a post-Roe America and putting plans into action than right now.”

The conference will take place June 24-26, 2022 at the Embassy Suites Hotel & Conference Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

For the first time, Adrienne Moton will be giving a keynote address. Adrienne worked for Dr. Kermit Gosnell in Philadelphia and spent two years in prison for her role at the clinic. Dr. Gosnell is currently serving his prison sentence for killing three infants who were born alive after an abortion and one woman killed during a procedure.

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Topics that the conference will tackle are how to attain an abortion-free America, reproductive grief, abortion in the Black community, and abortion as a trauma response. The schedule is available here.

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