365 / 5 Campaign to Close

365 days.

5 hours a day.

365 / 5.

Today, in Massachusetts... How would you finish that sentence? 

Would it end with two vulnerable populations targeted by a large scale industry lost hundreds of members?

Every day in our Commonwealth, abortion shifts the oppression felt historically by women onto their preborn children. Today, in Massachusetts...hundreds of women walked into a facility labeled medical, and had their rights and dignity removed, along with the life of their baby. Because today in Massachusetts, our government and our society promotes the anti-woman distortion that a woman can only be fully engaged in society if she submits to an act that takes another life.

Today in Massachusetts, we still put the onus of responsibility for the child produced by sex on women

But today in Massachusetts, we are tired of the lie. Today in Massachusetts, we want to reclaim our historic commitment to human rights; to protecting the vulnerable; to progress, innovation, and true liberty.

Today in Massachusetts, we are reclaiming the medical ground and literally standing for the human rights of our women, born and preborn, by standing 365 days, 5 hours a day in front of the facilities that want to claim rights and care kill.

Women deserve recognition and support. That doesn't need an advertising campaign. Our youngest and smallest people deserve the right to life, and laws that protect it. That doesn't need a marketing extravaganza.

Today, in Massachusetts, we just need the facts, and the acts, and a campaign that stands strong against the redistributed oppression abortion pushes on our most marginalized communities.

Today, we just need you to be the face of the unseen, and a voice for those who cannot speak.

 

Commit to your historic day in Massachusetts 

HERE

Donate to the campaign and support reclaiming

our medical facilities, our historic commitment to human rights,

and the lives targeted by the abortion industry.

 

Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world's grief.

Do just now.

Love mercy now.

Walk humbly now.

You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free

to abandon it.

[The Talmud]

 


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