Event Address & Contacts
On West Capitol between Battery and Wolfe Streets
Little Rock, AR 72201 USA
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The event is the Arkansas March For Life to observe the horrible Roe Vs. Wade decision, and stand against abortion. It is the 35th one and I just was seeing if anyone would be interested from CM who lives in Arkansas or the surrounding area and coming down and marching with me. We have thousands of people each year and this year the event is at two p.m. Feel free to message me if you are interested via email or CM. Meet up is at West Capitol between Battery and Wolfe Streets. I will gladly stand by the Battery and Capitol street sign. Look for me underneath there. More details are below. I should be out there at 1:45p.m. Message me for more details. For directions and other information check out the press release below and go to Arkansasmarchforlife.com for more information. Hope to see you there marching for Life!
ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFE
Observing the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade
40 TOO MANY - 40 NO MORE!
On Sunday, January 20, 2013 thousands of Arkansans will take to the streets of Little Rock at
2:00 p.m. for the 35th Annual March for Life, in observance of the legalization of abortion by the
U.S. Supreme Court 40 years ago. Sponsored by Arkansas Right to Life, the march begins at
West Capitol between Battery & Wolfe Streets, behind the State Capitol and concludes at the
steps of the State Capitol for a brief program.
Wayne Mays, president of Arkansas Right to Life, will lead the march along with invited
dignitaries and other special guests. The march will proceed as planned regardless of weather
conditions. A sign language interpreter will be available for the hearing impaired.
Among those invited are: the Constitutional Officers of the State of Arkansas, our U.S.
Congressmen and U.S. Senators and pro-life members of the Arkansas General Assembly. Also
participating in the brief program will be Paul Greenberg, Father Thomas Keller, Pastor of St.
Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Carlisle and Pastor Happy Caldwell, Agape Church in Little
Rock. Our soloist is Mrs. Denise Steinhaus of Hot Springs accompanied by Mr. Larry Womack.
“Forty years of legal abortion and we still march, and we will never stop marching until legal
abortion is no more. Millions of unborn human lives lost and women still hurting, that is the
legacy of legal abortion,” said Rose Mimms, Executive Director of Arkansas Right to Life.
Since 1974 Arkansas Right to Life has been leading the pro-life movement in Arkansas to save
the lives of unborn children and protect their mothers with the passage of many pro-life laws,
including ones that give a pregnant woman vital information about the risks of abortion and her
child’s development before an abortion, and that ensure parents are involved in a minor
In 2013 Arkansas Right to Life’s top legislative priorities include legislation that will prohibit
abortion coverage in healthcare exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act, that will ban the
use of telemedicine to provide abortion and ban abortions on unborn children capable of feeling
pain. We are also publishing the 2nd edition of the Arkansans Against Planned Parenthood
(AAPP) Bulletin to alert the public about the alarming activities of Planned Parenthood of the
Heartland in Arkansas. Since 1973 there have been over 100,000 unborn children killed by legal
abortion in Arkansas. 40 years too many! 40 years no more!