It is never too soon to look ahead to the 47th annual March for Life, which will take place on Friday, January 21st. In fact, this will be the first large gathering since before the Communist Lockdowns brought about by the #FollowTheScience crowd.

During today’s live press coverage, Jeanne Mancini revealed the theme of the annual rally. As Mancini, the President of the March for Life Foundation stated: “As our country continues to advance along the path to a more just society, we cannot ignore the discrimination that is taking place against vulnerable unborn babies who some view as “less than” others. In order to create a more just society, we must recognize that equality begins in the womb.” See the video here.

In addition to the revelation of the theme, the organization has also shared the speakers for the event. Matthew West will kick off the rally with a concert. The confirmed speakers will represent the diverse religious background of pro-lifers. The first is Kirk Cameron. Cameron, known for roles in Growing Pains and Full House, is an evangelical Christian from California and has been known to have debated prominent atheists. He has done evangelization on college campuses and continues to promote traditional values.

The other speaker slated for the rally is Fr. Mike Schmitz. He is known for his Bible in a Year podcast that was the No.1 download of 2021. He also has weekly video series with Ascension Presents. He will also headline the Rose Dinner on the evening of the March for Life.

Start planning your trip to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life.