Today, Jan. 20, marks the first March for Life in Washington since the Supreme Court overturned its 1973 Roe v. Wade decision last June. 

The Rev. Dean Nelson, executive director of Human Coalition Action, shares what he thinks is next for the pro-life movement. 

“I think that the key strategy moving forward is, really, for a unified national rescue system. That is, having pro-life pregnancy centers, having advocacy organizations, national groups, and also having churches, really, to work in a collaborative effort to see states that would defund Planned Parenthood, like they have in Texas, to see other states have stronger pro-life laws that restrict abortion,” Nelson says. 

“But more importantly, that we are together emphasizing and focusing on how we can better serve women who find themselves in these difficult circumstances,” he adds.

Our research shows, at Human Coalition, that 76% of women who are seeking abortions say that they would choose to parent if their circumstances were different. So, there’s a lot of work that we can do collaboratively to help women and rescue children.

Nelson joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to share what he is hoping to see policy-wise in the new 118th Congress relating to the pro-life movement, why it’s important for pro-life advocates to keep marching, and Human Coalition Action’s mission relating to the pro-life movement.

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