I am curious as to why The People's March seems to acknowledge The Women's March on Martin Luther King, Jr., weekend with no mention of the March for Life. It happened on the same weekend. It would seem to me that the organizers, after considering "ethics," income inequality and basic human rights would include the right to life. In one speaker’s words, "I believe there is a place for everyone in this world." It brings up the question, everyone but the unborn? Was this an oversight in reporting or by the organizers? Or by design? Just curious.

Eric Hook

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