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The 29 Most Lit Signs at the 2017 March for Life

Last edited 29th January 2017

The 29 Most Lit Signs at the 2017 March for Life

On Friday January 27, well over half a million gathered in Washington to commemorate 44 years since Roe v. Wade made abortion legal nationwide. (2013 was 650,000 and regulars kept telling me this was the biggest crowd ever.)

Many people held printed signs with phrases like “I Am the Pro-Life Generation,” “Stop Abortion Now,” or “[Organization or Church] Supports Life.” But what always impresses me are the handwritten signs that show a personal conviction.

I spent much of the March taking pictures of homemade signs and posting them to Twitter. The morning after, I went through and found the best of those signs for this story.

Here are 29 that I think are totally LIT!
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Unplanned Pregnancies can do great things!


No excuse for killing a child


The loving option…


Real social justice!


Every group can be pro-life and this man is a great example of this. (And he shows intersectionality which is a very important concept now in social justice / rights.)


I'm with Both (mom & child).


Whole life pro-life ethic.


Another post with intersectionality pointing out the racist nature of current and historical abortion practice.


Take your chances on life!


Simple.


These people came all the way from Scotland to March with us.


Jesus loves everyone, but the Gospels show a special love for those who’ve fallen.


Love all women!


A Down Syndrome diagnosis should not be a death sentence.


Every life is worth saving… from someone who is vocally pro-abortion.


People are willing to adopt.


Total Nerd. This is from Dr Who (a show involving time travel) if you don’t get it.


We are all former fetuses.


Here’s a real Feminist!


Let’s be there for every mother.


Women deserve better.


Protect all.


Every person is a person… no matter the size.


I am a CHILD.


Chick-fil-A almost got a product placement.


The true safe space.


This should be what people mean when they say All Lives Matter.


Accept the gift.


A prayer from John Paul II

This blog was written by Fr. Matthew P. Schneider, LC.

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Fr Matthew concludes with the following notes:

"(1) I took every picture and I got permission for those of minors.
(2) Every picture is run through an HDR filter.
(3) You can reuse these pictures on a few conditions: you give me credit (@FrMatthewLC or Fr Matthew P. Schneider, LC), send me a link via social media, and if you want to sell it or use it for advertisement ask me 1st as I want a cut."


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