What People are Saying…
“My uncle [Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.] knew that the ugly reality of segregation had to be seen visually… He therefore organized events at which the eyes of the media could broadcast the way our people were treated when water hoses and dogs were unleashed on their peaceful marches. People responded to those images, not simply to abstract concepts of ‘segregation’ and ‘equality.’ Likewise, people…respond to the disturbing images of aborted children.”Dr. Alveda King
“I’m convinced that this is one of the best places to present the Gospel. All I had to do was ask onlookers, ‘what do you think about this?’ and a meaningful conversation had begun. Thank you not only for saving the lives of future children who will be conceived in the Louisville area, but for being an avenue to for campus ministers to plant seeds of faith that could save the souls of students.”FCA Campus Minister, University of Louisville
“I have shown videos and pictures like this to young girls considering abortion over the last ten years, and I can say that the pictures have much more of an impact than any words I could use to persuade them. Sometimes it’s hard to look at the pictures, but it is the truth, and that is what can really change minds and save people’s lives.”Debbie Newburn, Crisis Pregnancy Counselor, Knoxville
Why We Fight
Abortion is an evil so immense, it can be understood only when it is seen. Only after you have seen abortion can you properly answer the question, "Am I doing enough to stop it?"