Tuesday, Oct 19th marks the the 18th annual Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity.
Since January 22, 1973 over 62,000,000 babies have had their voices silenced through surgical abortion in this nation alone.
Over 2.300 children have their lives taken each day in the name of choice.
Over 3,000 women are emotionally damaged every day.
On October 19th, 2021, people from all over this nation will give up their voices for a day in solidarity for these children. Red arm bands and duct tape will identify them as taking part in the Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity. They will carry fliers explaining why they are silent and educate others about the plight of the innocent children we are losing every day.
Every year tens of thousands of courageous students are willing to take a stand in their schools no matter what anyone says about them. They face teasing, taunting and sometimes people screaming in their face or pushing them around and they still stand true to their commitment to be a voice for life. By taking a vow of silence on this day they create a larger buzz then any words can; they actually are speaking louder in silence then if they talked.
Who: Anyone and everyone
What: Take a vow of silence for the day or for any amount of time you can. Use this time to pray for an end to abortion. Wear a pro-life t-shirt or the red duct tape with LIFE written on it.
When: Tuesday, Oct 19th
Where: Where ever you are that day. School, work, out with friends and online.
Why: Every single human life matters, born and unborn. We must be a voice for the voiceless and usher in a culture of life.
Even if you cannot take a vow of silence on the 19th, you can join us in prayer for the upcoming Dobbs v Jasckson case which will be argued on Dec 1st. Our staff will be at the Supreme Court that day to stand up for life as the Justices hear the oral arguments.
This case can have epic implications as the landmark Roe V Wade case could be finally coming to an end as we fight for the protection of all humans in the womb.
Social Media Blast
We want everyone to take photos of the event all day and post those photos using the hashtags: #silentday and #prolifeday. .