Glenn Beck invites Texas Right to Life to historic Restoring Unity event in Birmingham, Ala.


Pro-Life and human rights advocates convene to peacefully promote the Right to Life and restoration of unity in America

Texas Right to Life is in Birmingham this weekend with Glenn Beck for the Restoring Unity event hosted by his Mercury One Foundation.  The theme of Restoring Unity is “Never Again is Now.”  Throughout history, assaults on human Life, including the Nazi Holocaust, the Darfur genocides, racist motivated oppression, and the slaughter of unborn children, call human rights defenders saying, “Never again.”  Glenn Beck and Mercury One seek to end the apathy exhibited by Americans today toward these most devastating human rights abuses of the century.

Texas Right to Life’s presence at the Restoring Unity event is on behalf of the preborn, whose rights have been trampled by the American political and judicial systems and media collusion.  We proudly stand alongside leaders like Glenn Beck and prominent Pro-Life activist Dr. Alveda King – the niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. – to declare that Never Again is Now.

On Friday, Texas Right to Life will meet with church leaders during the Restoring Unity Pastor’s Conference at Guiding Light Church.  On Saturday, we will follow in the footsteps of Martin Luther King, Jr., while gathering at the iconic 16th Street Baptist Church before marching through the streets of Birmingham, peacefully demonstrating that All Lives Matter

Our work at Texas Right to Life is inextricably linked with all aspects of human rights advocacy, demanding justice for every person, regardless of race, religion, stage of development, and physical or mental capacity.  All Lives Matter and deserve the defense and protection of a united country.  Texas Right to Life is honored to share a platform with dedicated human rights activists as we work to restore unity on behalf of the most vulnerable among us.

Join us in promoting the message of Restoring Unity on social media using the hash tag, #NeverAgainIsNow. 


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