Take a stand for LIFE in Cleveland!
We need your help! Next weekend, all of the big players in the abortion lobby are coming to Cleveland to host a free concert for abortion.
One year after Planned Parenthood was caught selling baby parts and weeks after the Supreme Court overturned basic health and safety requirements for abortion facilities, Planned Parenthood, NARAL and more are coming to Ohio to push for more–this time, through pop culture.
On Saturday, September 10th, join us as we protest All Access 2016 at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Singer SIA headlines the abortion concert and the pro-life generation will be outside, advocating for the rights of women and their preborn children.
We will be meeting outside the Wolstein Center at 5pm on Saturday, September 10th to protest the event. Will you join us?
Katie, we’ve told you in the past that Cleveland is Ohio’s abortion capital. More abortions occur in Cuyahoga County than anywhere else in the state. In 2014, the Ohio Department of Health reported 8,548 abortions in Cuyahoga County–about 40 percent of the state’s abortions.
This is a far cry from the old “Safe, legal and rare” mantra.
Indeed for years, the abortion lobby has been attempting to transform abortion into a moral and social good in the American mind. It’s no mistake that the Democratic Party dropped “rare” from its platform more than 10 years ago. It’s no mistake that women who have abortions are urged to #ShoutYourAbortion on social media. It’s no mistake that Planned Parenthood and NARAL are trying to render abortion cool and trendy by hosting a free concert on a college campus.
But the pro-life movement is going to be there to take a stand against this massive betrayal of women and their unborn children. We refuse to surrender Cleveland, a city of so much life and excitement in 2016, to the pro-abortion faux-lanthropy of Hollywood celebs and Billboard music artists. We refuse to see more children killed and more women harmed in our beloved city.
So what do you say? Will you join us? Will you take a stand for LIFE in Cleveland on Saturday, September 10?