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“Love Them Both” Kentucky March for Life 2024 draws thousands

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It is to be commended that the inclement weather did not deter the ProLife faithful in Kentucky from attending the “Love Them Both Kentucky March for Life and ProLife Rally” at the Capitol. Attempting to convey my gratitude and thoughts to all who participated in this event is challenging, as words alone seem inadequate. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, so I will share a few highlights from a day that was, in fact, a thousand words.

The day commenced with a remarkable occurrence: the church was filled to capacity, and the voices of the youth Schola were heard. This was followed by the sight of numerous students, families, and a multitude of devout individuals filling Capitol Avenue to march and pray in the rain. The Kentucky State Capitol was filled to capacity with devoted pro-life individuals and families (we lost count at 2000+)—an inspiring sight.

We stood together as one voice, unified in our love for every precious life. We extend our gratitude to those who have stood with love and compassion to protect unborn babies and support pregnant mothers. By doing so, you have not only saved lives but also contributed to the formation of a culture that values life. The impact of your presence was immeasurable.

Editor’s note: Addia Wuchner is the Executive Director of Kentucky Right to Life.

The “Love Them Both” Kentucky March for Life 2024 drew thousands of participants, marking a significant gathering in support of pro-life advocacy in the state. The event, organized by pro-life organizations and activists, provided a platform for individuals to come together and voice their opposition to abortion while advocating for alternatives and support for both women and unborn children.

The theme of “Love Them Both” underscores the compassionate approach taken by many in the pro-life movement, emphasizing support for both pregnant women facing difficult circumstances and their unborn babies. This message seeks to challenge the notion that advocating for the rights of the unborn is incompatible with supporting women’s rights and well-being. Instead, it promotes a holistic approach that values and respects the dignity of all individuals involved in unplanned pregnancies.

The large turnout at the Kentucky March for Life 2024 reflects the continued strength and vitality of the pro-life movement in the state, as well as the broader national conversation surrounding abortion and reproductive rights. Participants likely included individuals from diverse backgrounds and communities, united by their shared commitment to defending the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death.

In addition to serving as a platform for advocacy and activism, events like the Kentucky March for Life provide an opportunity for education, networking, and community building within the pro-life movement. Participants may have had the chance to hear from speakers, engage in prayer and reflection, and connect with like-minded individuals and organizations working towards similar goals.

Overall, the “Love Them Both” Kentucky March for Life 2024 served as a powerful expression of solidarity and conviction among pro-life advocates, reaffirming their dedication to promoting a culture of life and advocating for policies that protect the rights and dignity of all human beings, especially the most vulnerable among us.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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