8 Awesome Signs From the March for Life 2023

Clever and informative posters abound at the first post-Roe event.

Clockwise from top left: Daniel and Michelle Jacobeen from Alexandria, Virginia, attend the March for Life 2023 with their children. Their pro-life sign reads: ‘Our babies’ birth moms chose life.’ Cameron and Genevieve Mercier from Thompsontown, Pennsylvania, hold a sign that reads: ‘We will adopt your baby. Please don’t choose abortion.’ A young pro-life marcher carries a sign reading, ‘Save the baby humans.’ Mothers from rape and children who were conceived in rape with the group Save the 1, led by Rebecca Kiessling, share that ‘I love my life,’ and ‘I love my child.’
Clockwise from top left: Daniel and Michelle Jacobeen from Alexandria, Virginia, attend the March for Life 2023 with their children. Their pro-life sign reads: ‘Our babies’ birth moms chose life.’ Cameron and Genevieve Mercier from Thompsontown, Pennsylvania, hold a sign that reads: ‘We will adopt your baby. Please don’t choose abortion.’ A young pro-life marcher carries a sign reading, ‘Save the baby humans.’ Mothers from rape and children who were conceived in rape with the group Save the 1, led by Rebecca Kiessling, share that ‘I love my life,’ and ‘I love my child.’ (photo: Katie Yoder / CNA)

Tens of thousands of Americans attended the 50th-annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday to challenge abortion and celebrate the beauty of life, beginning at conception.

The largest annual pro-life event in the country happens on or around the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, the recently overturned 1973 Supreme Court ruling that previously legalized abortion nationwide.

Above and below are eight of the most effective signs that CNA saw at the march.

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Clockwise from top: Young pro-life marchers carry Baby Yoda signs at the March for Life 2023. Connie Eller with MissouriBlacksforLife.org, Brenda Green, Vita Jackson and Lily Johnson came from St. Louis and Illinois to be in Washington on Jan. 20. They carried signs marking the first March for Life since the overturning of Roe: ‘I am the post-Roe generation.’ Pro-life marchers carry a banner reading, ‘Every baby is somebody’s grandchild.’ (Photo: Katie Yoder)
Pro-life and abortion-rights activists protest during the 50th-annual March for Life rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 20 in Washington.

Pro-Abortion Counter-Protesters at March for Life Were Few but Loud

Only about a dozen pro-abortion protesters stood in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and only a few others were scattered within the march and on the outskirts of the march; some of the counter-protesters did manage to cause disruptions, and a few had verbal clashes with pro-life activists.

The 50th annual March for Life makes it way through Washington, D.C., on Friday.

March for Life 2023 (Jan. 21)

This Friday men and women, young and old from around the country rallied in Washington, D.C., against the tragedy of abortion. Their protest marks the anniversary of Roe v. Wade — which was decided 50 years ago on Jan 22, 1973 — despite the fact that Roe has been overturned. Pro-life organizers told the Register’s national reporter Lauretta Brown that the marches are now more important than ever. She joins now to explain why. Then we turn to a different kind of pro-life question: Is human composting a moral option? Register columnist John Grondelski joins us to explain the Church’s teaching on proper Christian burial.