‘You don’t have to agree on every single issue to be here together and advocate for life,’ said Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America.
Posted BY: Nick Marmalejo
WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – As the public anxiously awaits the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a cadre of disparate pro-life activists arrive in Washington on the days the ruling could be issued to defend the dignity of the unborn.
“We need to be victorious in this,” said Terissa Bukovinac, founder of Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU), standing before the court on its most recent announcement day. “There are 60 million victims of this ruling that need justice, and there will not be justice unless we are willing to work together to ensure that that happens.”
The unprecedented leak on May 2 of a draft majority opinion in the Dobbs decision has encouraged pro-lifers to remain hopeful that Roe will soon be overturned. However, according to Mark Lee Dickson, director of Right to Life East Texas, this point in time should not be considered a respite from pro-life work but a call to action.
“It’s so important to be here and to be a voice for the unborn, not just at the local level [but] the national level too,” Dickson said. “At every level, we’ve got to fight for this, and the moment that we think that everything’s good, that we can just sit back and relax, that’s when we’re losing