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Heads up/Call for Action
by Elizabeth Creely (elizabethcreely [at]
Tuesday Dec 7th, 2004 10:33 AM
The anti-choice activists will be walking our streets on the very day pro-choice/reproductive justice activists need to re-take them. Below is the announcement for the "Walk for Life West Coast", a city-wide anti-choice event, scheduled for January 22nd, 2005, the 32nd anniversary of Roe v Wade. Last year women nationwide celebrated the first "I'm not sorry I had an abortion day". It's time to do it again. It's clear that women (and men) who have had abortions need to continue to defend our right to reproduce on our own terms. If anyone knows of, or is interested in organizing another "I'm not sorry day,"please contact me at elizabethcreely [at]

Walk for Life West Coast
Saturday, January 22, 2005
Make History in San Francisco
Join thousands at the first annual Walk for Life West Coast! Walk to affirm that the West Coast supports Life in all its stages. Walk to challenge the belief that abortion is a good choice for Women. Walk to show that women--and all people--deserve better than abortion. Walk to proclaim that Life is the best and only choice!

Come together and walk 2 scenic miles along San Francisco's waterfront--from Justin Herman Plaza to the Marina Green. Get involved! Help to make this a real statement for Life to the West Coast. Organize your churches, charter buses for schools, youth groups, and families. Make this a fun weekend in San Francisco!

Help make this first annual Walk for Life West Coast a historic day!

32 years later ...

... CHALLENGE the belief that abortion is a good choice for women.
WOMEN DESERVE BETTER ® than abortion
Abortion HURTS:
Men, Families, ALL of us
© 2004 Feminists for Life of America, All Rights Reserved.
Women Deserve Better is a registered trademark of Feminists for Life of America.

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Oh we'll be thereElizabethTuesday Dec 7th, 2004 11:30 AM
Oh, we'll be therejust one pro-choice dykeTuesday Dec 7th, 2004 10:49 AM