WATCH: March For Life Attendees Explain #WhyWeMarch

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Thousands of pro-life rally attendees came to Washington’s 2018 March For Life to loudly affirm why they gather and march every year.

“Will you march for those who cannot speak for themselves? Do you agree that abortion harms women and society? Will you march so that abortion becomes unthinkable?” March For Life (MFL) president Jeanne Mancini asked the crowd. “Will you march so that the human rights abuse of abortion will soon end? Will you march so that one day soon we no longer have to march?” she continued. To each question, the marchers emphatically yelled “YES!” in response.

“If you believe that the human rights abuse of abortion has been going on 45 years too long, let me hear you say “YES”!” Mancini finished.

The MFL president also encouraged marchers to share their pictures, stories and videos on social media with the hashtag “WhyWeMarch” to let the world know why they march and that they will continue marching for what they believe.

“It is also incredibly important that our excitement, our enthusiasm, our passion for today does not end after today,” Mancini said.

“[We will] join all of our voices to send an enormous pro-life call to the Administration and Congress to end taxpayer funding of our nation’s largest abortion provider,” Mancini finished.

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