Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sign up for Blogs for Life Gathering (it's tomorrow night!)

Tomorrow Family Research Council will join tens of thousands of Americans on the National Mall here in Washington D.C. to march in remembrance of the tens of millions of unborn children whose lives were ended as a result of Roe v. Wade. Before the March for Life begins, FRC will once again host Blogs for Life, the fifth annual gathering of pro-life bloggers and new media activists. The event will also be webcast live from 8:30-11:30 a.m. ET, so no matter where you live, you can join us online to hear from speakers like:

Congressman Todd Akin, (R-Mo.)
Congressman Jim Jordan, (R-Ohio)
Jill Stanek, Blogger and Speaker,
Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D., President and CEO of Americans United for Life
Dr. David Prentice, Senior Fellow, Family Research Council
Joseph Farah, Founder and CEO, WorldNetDaily
Kristen Day, Executive Director, Democrats for Life
Marjorie Dannenfelser, President, Susan B. Anthony List

If you are unable to travel to our nation's capital for the March for Life, you can join FRC on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade by participating in the Virtual March for Life - a creation of our friends at Americans United for Life. To do this, visit the website join the Virtual March, and choose the avatars with the "FRC" T-shirts. You'll be marching with us (virtually) on the National Mall (we promise there won't be any blue creatures or flying things). It's a great way to speak up for life if you can't be in Washington on Friday.

Register now for the Blogs for Life Live Webcast from 8:30-11:30 a.m. ET

Tony Perkins
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