Join MCFL and local advocates of all ages to reach out to fellow Bostonians with the message that every life matters. This event will include a flash mob with "life" balloons, and then offer the opportunity for all involved to table and offer literature to passers-by. We will also make the rounds of our area, engaging fellow pedestrians in conversation about issues such as tax-payer funded abortion (fully-funded in MA), doctor-prescribed death (still routinely introduced to our legislative body), and science-based human identity and right to life.
We'll all warm up afterwards for dinner at a nearby eatery or cafe!
Apologetics and outreach training suggested prior to attending. The training will be held November 15th, and details can be found here.
Questions? Can't make the training but still want to come out? Email our Director of Community Engagement, C.J. - firstname.lastname@example.org
by C.J. Williams, Director of Community Engagement
Massachusetts is a wealth of historical depth and opportunities. From Bunker Hill, to Lexington, from Walden Pond to the Old State House, we're steeped in a tradition that began with recognizing and fighting for individual human rights. Perhaps we who live in the Commonwealth too easily forget what our state offers in terms of memory.
Perhaps we forget that memory is often what roots our feet in present action, and supports our current fight for the same rights.
One highly underappreciated gem in our state is the birthplace of Susan B. Anthony. A well-known feminist, and campaigner for equal rights, Susan B. Anthony is less well known for her just as fierce opposition to the creeping practice of abortionRead more