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Founder’s QuoteSeptember 14, 2019
By Steven Ertelt, LifeNews, Sept. 12, 2019
WASHINGTON, DC – As the fate of Roe v. Wade hangs in the balance, state legislatures across the country have passed some of the most extreme abortion bills ever seen. While states like New York and Illinois have swept away abortion restrictions, other states like Ohio and Alabama have passed abortion bans that could provoke the overturning of Roe. But on Saturday, September 14, pro-life Americans will gather from coast to coast to remind the nation that abortion is not just a political issue. They will be marking the seventh annual National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children with prayer services at more than 180 locations, including 44 burial places of abortion victims.
“Visiting the graves of aborted children really puts these legislative battles into perspective,” said Eric Scheidler, one of the national organizers of the Day of Remembrance. “All the protests on one side and celebrations on the other, all the threatened boycotts and political posturing—none of it seems to matter when you realize that actual victims of abortion are buried right beneath your feet. These tiny children were never born. Never learned to walk. Never had a first day of school. They were never even given names.”
Scheidler continued, “Too often, abortion is just seen as a political issue or a matter of personal choice, but abortion has real victims.” ….