Thursday, January 13, 2005


Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Speak Out Against Abortion at Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, January 13, 2005 ( – Immediately following the January 24 US National March for Life in Washington, women who regret their abortions will speak at the Supreme Court. Guests include the national spokesperson for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, actress, model, author, Jennifer O'Neill and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Alveda King.

The women will stand in front of the Supreme Court holding signs that say "I Regret My Abortion" and will be speaking about their abortion experience. will be reporting live from the March again this year. On Monday January 24, 2005 the rally for the March begins at noon followed by the March at 1pm. The women who regret their abortions will make their presentation beginning at 5pm., after the after the long procession of marchers have passed by the Supreme Court.

This is one of numerous events being held in January nationwide by the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.

The Campaign, a joint project of Priests for Life and NOEL, seeks to raise awareness about the harm abortion does to women and their families, and about the many healing programs available for post-aborted women. It is coordinated by Janet Morana, Associate Director of Priests for Life, and Georgette Forney, President of NOEL.

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