Transcending Partisan Politics of the Pro-Life Movement

Since Roe v. Wade, the abortion debates in the United States have largely fallen along partisan fault lines. The contentiousness and extremism in which this issue is often framed often fails to evidence the fact that an overwhelming majority of Americans can actually reach reasonable agreement on this issue. This panel discussion will attempt to move beyond the standard "pro-life" vs. "pro-choice" / liberal vs. conservative divides and work toward consensus building and fruitful dialogue. While the panelists represent different political persuasions, all are united in their shared hope of reducing and ending abortion in the United States and creating a pro-life movement that supports all women and their unborn children. 

Our panelists come from across the political and life spectrum.

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