By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL)
In less than 24 hours, Pro-life Virginians will arrive in the thousands to be seen and heard by our elected officials and the media. We have a message to deliver: Virginia is pro-life!
There are new details about street closures, parking, buses, drop offs, and other details at this link:
Please use the information there to help make your involvement in this big day safer on Wednesday. There is still time to invite a friend to join us!
VSHL will be providing pro-life signs and we welcome more volunteers to help distribute them. Volunteers can sign up here:
There is so much excitement about this event and we are grateful that so many have responded to this invitation to stand with us in defense of the most vulnerable among us.
These are momentous days. The recent release of the movie “Unplanned” has drawn public attention again to the facts about what really happens behind the closed doors of abortion facilities and in the lives of those connected.
Let’s make the most of these opportunities to educate our fellow Virginians about what the radical abortion agenda of abortion advocates is really all about. Your action will make the difference as we work to spread the truth.
See you on Wednesday!
Please keep sharing on your social media accounts the petition to stop infanticide.
And finally, a reminder for our high school juniors and seniors and their parents: the annual Alex and Geline Williams Oratory Contest will take place on May 4th in Richmond; click here for details!