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49 Years ~ 63,459,781 lives lost

by | Jan 24, 2022

By  Jacki Ragan, Director, State Organizational Development Department

On January 22, 2022, the Right to Life movement marked the anniversary of Roe v Wade with sadness at the loss of life but with hope that we may be seeing the final days of Roe.

The National Right to Life State affiliates and Chapters are hosting Marches for Life across the nation as they stand witness to the death in their own communities. They will come together and mourn the lost lives and the broken hearts. It is something we do every year. 

The real question that we ask every year, is what will you do after? After the Marches and the Rallies, the Prayer Breakfasts, the meetings, all the commemorative activities that we do each January to mark the day that abortion on demand was legalized. 

What will you do after?

Make no mistake there is a lot of work to be done. We need to bolster the grassroots, the people who work tirelessly in the movement, running our state offices, our chapters, manning booths at events, speaking the truth to whoever will listen, the worker bees, the heart, and soul of the right to life movement, as much as we can. We need to find new folks to step in to help lighten the load. There is plenty of work to be done. 

Never let it be said of the Right to Life movement, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.”

Interested in helping? Send your email and snail mail address to and we will get a packet of materials out to you so that you can help make a difference, maybe the difference. 

Without a doubt 2022 is a critical year, full of hope and promise.  Come and join us. Connect with the nation’s oldest and largest pro-life group with 50 state affiliates and more than 3,000 local community chapters.  

Together, we can make a real difference! 

Categories: Roe v. Wade