Friday’s 44th-annual “March for Life” demonstration brought thousands of anti-abortion activists from all over the country. Photo by Iman Smith.
Thousands of abortion opponents assembled on Friday for their annual march from the National Mall to the steps of the Supreme Court. During the pre-march rally, Vice President Mike Pence addressed the crowd, promising demonstrators that President Donald Trump would appoint a Supreme Court justice who shared their views. “Life is winning in America,” he said.
Here are some of the signs that the protesters carried.
(From left to right) Sydney Urban, 20, of Ohio; Caroline Burns, 20, of Virginia; and Maria Farney, 20, of Pennsylvania. These anti-abortion advocates say “We have a president that is for our cause.” Photo by Iman Smith.
A man holds a sign during the Jan. 27 March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. Photo by Kamaria Roberts
A mother and her adopted daughter hold signs supporting life and adoption at the March for Life demonstration on Jan. 27 in Washington, DC.
Pro-life activists gather for the National March for Life rally in Washington January 27, 2017. Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein and Reuters
An anti-abortion activist stands across from the National Museum of African American History and Cuture holding a sign demonstrating against abortion during the March for Life on Jan. 27 in Washington. Photo by Kamaria Roberts
Four University of Nebraska students across from the National Museum of African American History and Culture hold signs demonstrating against Planned Parenthood during the March for Life on Jan. 27 in Washington. Photo by Kamaria Roberts
This man was among the demonstrators marching from the National Mall to the steps of the Supreme Court to protest abortion on Jan. 27. Photo by Laura Santhanam
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