On the somber anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion on-demand in the United States, advocates all over the country will be engaged in Pro-Life activism. While hundreds of thousands of Americans will travel to the epicenter of the abortion debate in Washington, D.C. to march for Life, millions more will be at home or work, unable to travel.
For these, Texas Right to Life has established a virtual March for Life social media fest, which will take place online. This event will allow Pro-Life advocates to join forces with their comrades in Washington D.C. by participating online as their schedules allow, and without leaving their local communities.
Visit Texas Right to Life’s Facebook event to RSVP (optional). Use the hashtag #Tweet4Life, and join us as we inundate social media with a message of #LifeFirst opposed to Roe v. Wade. Here are suggested tweets and Facebook status updates:
-Because of #RoevWade, Twitter has 60 million fewer followers. #Tweet4Life
-Because of #RoevWade, Facebook has 60 million fewer friends. #Tweet4Life
-Save a life. Stand up for life. #MarchForLife #Tweet4Life
-I will stand up for the voiceless and be a voice for them. #LifeFirst #Tweet4Life
-Nearly 1 in 4 pregnancies end in abortion. Let's change that! #LifeFirst #Tweet4Life
-It only takes one person to save a life. #LifeFirst
-Equal rights for all preborn women and men. #LifeFirst
-Every life matters. #LifeFirst #Tweet4Life
-Every life is worth fighting for! #LifeFirst
-We will see the END to # of abortions in our nation. #prolifegen #Tweet4Life
-Keep calm and end #abortion. #LifeFirst
For more information, visit Texas Right to Life’s #Tweet4Life Facebook page. Media inquiries may be directed to Melissa Conway, Texas Right to Life Director of External Relations. Cell: (832) 648-0770, firstname.lastname@example.org