@ProLifeWI #Milwaukee #Madison #GreenBay #LaCrosse #Appleton
— Jackie Francois (@JackieFrancois)
So, I got back from DC at three this morning. It was so incredible! I went to the mass at the Cathedral on Sunday which was amazing! They had shrines done in entirely in mosaics. My favorite was a room with deep blue mosaic walls and a poll with a statue of Mary and Jesus. The next day, we went to the youth rally and mass. The amount of people there was breathtaking! The actual march was amazing too. Being able to be part of such a wonderful cause is so wonderful!
Even though I couldn’t come, I was with you in spirit.
We are the prolife generation.
It was so awesome. I want to volunteer, participate, and take action in things more often! Not too mention, I have never seen so many people in one spot, and it’s even cooler knowing that they were there fighting for something real and standing up for something they believe in, and giving their voice to the voiceless.
2011 Occupy D.C. - 3,000
2011 Occupy Oakland - 20,000
2011 Occupy Wall Street - 30,000
2010 Colbert/Stewart Rally - 200,000
2009 GLBT Equality March - 200,000
1963 Great March on Washington -250,000
2011 March for Life - 400,000+
Today is the largest, annual non-partisan political protest in America, and you would never know it.
Three cheers for the unbiased media!
District of Columbia and Verizon Center.
Most awesome event evarr