By We Need A Law
This year marks the 50th anniversary of legal abortion in Canada. The Missing Project seeks to tell the story of abortion in Canada by featuring fifty stories of Canadians whose lives have been touched by it.
We are teaming up with organizations across Canada to film 50 personal testimonies showing how abortion has impacted the lives of Canadians. These short testimonies will be a free resource suitable for training events, campaigns, conversations, social media, and Bible studies.
In addition to these testimonies, a 90-minute documentary film titled The Missing Project will tell the story of 50 years of missing children, mothers and fathers, missing health information, missing parental consent, missing conversations due to censorship, missing regulations, and missing support for those harmed and lost by abortion. It will answer the question Why should we still care?
While the mainstream media may celebrate the 50th anniversary of legal abortion and try to muzzle this perspective, The Missing Project will give a voice to each of us and tell the tale that no one else will tell. We are aiming for an ambitious release date of May 14th, 2019 (Mother’s Day) for all 50 testimonies and the feature-length 90-minute documentary film.
You are encouraged to support The Missing Project.
Editor’s note. “We Need a Law” is a pro-life Canadian advocacy group.