The Women’s March banned Students for Life from its event this past weekend. But the young, innovative group of activists got revenge by planting themselves — and their oversized banners — at the front of the march. The move got the attention of thousands on social media, who shared the image on Facebook and Twitter. It got my attention too. So I contacted Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life, and was able to interview her today. Hear about her fascinating — and at times, terrifying — experience at the Women’s March. Plus, Kristan discusses some of the ingenious ways her group is successfully engaging the Millennial generation with the prolife message – and why it’s critical that as many prolife supporters as possible attend this Friday’s March for Life!
Pro-choice advocates consistently forward the narrative that the majority of the American public does not want to overturn Roe v. Wade, and