March for Life in the News
An important part of our mission at the March for Life is to educate the public on current policy and represent the pro-life movement in the public square.
We are grateful to be considered a “go to” expert on pro-life issues by major media.
Here is our highlight reel from the last few months:
8.1 Real Clear Politics – Americans Largely Agree on Abortion Limits
7.2 Washington Times – The Supreme Court rules to favor pregnancy centers
6.22 The Hill – Pope Francis is right — abortion is modern-day eugenics
6.12 Washington Examiner – The March for Life is still inspiring an international culture of life
6.8 Washington Post (LTE) – Arkansas’s abortion restriction
5.2 Real Clear Politics – This Is the Pro-Life Generation
5.18 – CBS Affiliate Stations – New proposal would cut funds to facilities associated with abortion
7.21 – NYC NPR, WAMC – Groups Mobilize For Supreme Court Nominee Battle
5.20 – BBC Radio, The Compass – Abortion in America: Washington
7.20 New York Times – ‘I’m Doing It for the Babies’: Inside the Ground Game to Reverse Roe v. Wade
“Abortion is the single most significant human rights abuse of our time,” said Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life, which has brought tens of thousands of protesters to Washington every year since the Supreme Court legalized abortion in 1973. “I have a lot of hope for incremental laws — for example, a late-term abortion ban.”
The president of March for Life, a pro-life organization and annual event that protests Roe V. Wade, said that Kavanaugh has “excellent professional qualifications,” proving he’s the right choice for the vacant seat.
“He is exceptionally qualified for the role and will no doubt serve as a fair, independent judge who will remain faithful to the Constitution,” said Jeanne Mancini, president of the event.
7.9 The Guardian – Trump names Brett Kavanaugh as nominee for next supreme court justice
And Jeanne Mancini, president of the anti-abortion organization March for Life, said: “He is exceptionally qualified for the role and will no doubt serve as a fair, independent judge who will remain faithful to the constitution.”
“I think the president’s list is a very strong list. I’m convinced the people on this list are Gorsuch-like,” said Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life.
6.26 Washington Post – Supreme Court decision on crisis pregnancy centers draws strong reaction from all sides
“Advertising or promoting abortion runs directly counter to the very reason pregnancy care centers exist — namely to enable and support women who want to choose life for their children to do so. The government has no business forcing these centers to violate their First Amendment right to free speech and, in doing so, work against their life-affirming mission.” – Jeanne Mancini, president, March for Life
6.26 Roll Call – Supreme Court Sides With Pregnancy Centers in Free Speech Case
Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life, also said the advertising of abortion runs against the centers’ mission. “The government has no business compelling these centers to work against their life-affirming mission, violating their first amendment right to free speech,” she said.
6.7 New York Times – How to Participate in Politics
“There’s quite a bit of logistical work involved,” says Jeanne Mancini of March for Life, which plans a large anti-abortion march in Washington, D.C., every year. Being meticulous will help make the message of your demonstration more effective and help you avoid embarrassing snags.”
5.19 Boston Globe – Trump administration abortion rule sets off alarms in Mass.
“This money will now be redirected to comprehensive family health and planning centers that don’t perform abortions and understand that abortion is not health care,” March for Life president Jeanne Mancini said in a statement. She said the grass-roots antiabortion activists look forward to restoring “a culture of life here in the United States.”
5.18 Washington Post – Trump administration will pull funds from groups that perform abortions or provide referrals
Jeanne F. Mancini, president of the anti-abortion group March for Life, praised the administration in a statement Friday.
“This money will now be redirected to comprehensive family health and planning centers that don’t perform abortions and understand that abortion is not health care,” Mancini said. “The pro-life grassroots will be pleased to see President Trump deliver on yet another pro-life promise.”