By Bradford Richardson - The Washington Times - January 9, 2017
Pro-life women will participate in the Women’s March on Washington later this month, sending the message that the anti-Trump and pro-choice narratives pushed by the event’s organizers do not speak for all women.
Representatives from the Stanton Policy Center, And Then There Were None, Sound Legal Group and other pro-life groups are planning to attend the Jan. 21 march.
“As a woman who has spent most of her life standing up against injustice in the world and promoting the dignity of women and the sanctity of every human life, I am thrilled to be a part of the Women’s March,” Brandi Swindell, founder of the Stanton Policy Center, said in a statement.
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