Join Urban CURE founder and president Star Parker, Americans United for Life president Charmaine Yoest, African American Outreach of Priests for Life director Dr. Alveda King, The Restoration Project founder Catherine Davis, and others for the Selma Project in Selma, Alabama, as they march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on Saturday, June 20, to speak out against abortion mills that receive little or no government oversight to assess safety. The group will hold a rally on Friday, June 19, at the Christ The King Church, on 1201 Primrose Terrace in Selma.
Kermit Gosnell, serving life in prison, is one infamous example. The “house of horrors” where he slaughtered unborn babies and left babies born alive to die hadn’t been inspected for 17 years before his atrocities came to light.
This Friday and Saturday, pro-lifers will shine a spotlight on abortionist Samuel Lett, who kills babies at the Central Alabama Women’s Clinic. Medical facilities in Alabama must be licensed as abortion clinics if they kill 10 or more a month. Operation Rescue has proof that Lett accepted appointments for more than the allowed number for unlicensed facilities. The law might not save babies’ lives, but it will raise the standard of care for the women.