Pro-life Day Of Silent Solidarity

Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity is a day that’s observed on the third Tuesday of each October. The purpose of this protest holiday is to oppose abortion and it was a day that was created by students.

Each student takes a vow of silence-a symbolic act that’s supposed to represent the silenced voices of fetuses that have been aborted. Many of these students will wear a red armband to show that they’re taking part in this day, and some students will wear red duct tape over their mouths. This is a day that’s been observed every day since 2004.

The History Of Pro-Life Day Of Silent Solidarity

This protest day was created in 2004 by Bryan Kemper and is observed by Students For Life each year-an organization advocating for pro-life causes.

Facts About Abortion

Below are some facts about abortion that we’ve gathered from Amnesty International and other organizations on the subject of abortion.

  • Abortions happen regardless of whether it’s legal or not.
  • When government restricts access to abortions, it results in people having to have unsafe abortions.
  • Criminalizing abortions just make abortions performed more unsafe.
  • Amnesty Internal and other organizations believe that abortion is a human right.
  • Criminalizing abortion is considered a form of discrimination and a way of stigmatizing women.
  • In 2018, 619,591 legal abortions were reported to the CDC from 49 reporting areas.

Observing Pro-Life Day Of Silent Solidarity

People who participate in the observance of this day will generally wear a red armband to signify their participation and will also prepare cards that explain the purpose of their silence. They will then attend or organize events to protest abortion. People also use #ProLifeDayOfSilentSolidarity on social media to spread the word about this day.

Where is Pro-life Day Of Silent Solidarity celebrated?

There is no specific location where this holiday is celebrated.
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