March for Life Draws Hundreds of Thousands to D.C. on Roe v Wade's 40th Anniversary (photos)

Marching past the Supreme Court, the march covered several city blocks (all photos by Jeff Malet)
Jeff Malet
Marching past the Supreme Court, the march covered several city blocks (all photos by Jeff Malet)

Anti-abortion activists marched during bitterly cold temperatures for the annual March for Life rally in Washington, D.C., Jan. 25. The march coincided with the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized access to abortion. Jan. 22 marked the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision.

View our photos of the March for Life 2013 by clicking on the photo icons below.

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Jan 29, 2013 at 1:07 PM Blanca Graham

It amazes me how obviously bias the liberal media has been . They have not given notice to this march of over 400,000 citizens.
How Sad!!

Jan 29, 2013 at 6:24 PM Kyoko

I find that this march, though admirable in the amount of effort put into it, was rather self-serving. I mean, it is that person's choice whether or not to have an abortion, right? And if we outlaw abortions, then more people will resort to the very deadly illegal or self-abortions, or they can just get an abortion in another country as well.

Jan 29, 2013 at 8:32 PM Ron

So if I decided to throw my 5 year old out of a ten story window because he is inconvenient I should have the right? How many actually documented back alley abortions are there before 1973? The other side would not exagerate this, would they? To live or die or kill is not a person's choice. That would be for God. Give him a try and tou'll find a peace you have never had.

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