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500+ Participants Join March for Life Chicago's 20-Mile Car Procession and Diaper Drive

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March for Life Chicago held their first-ever car rally and procession over the weekend where more than 500 carloads of pro-life advocates wre expected to participate.

The 20-mile car procession kicked off at St. John Cantius Church. Participants traveled throughout the city, then end at Evergreen Park, right outside the city limits.

WATCH the event below:

A new feature for this year's event includes a massive diaper drive which will benefit local pregnancy resource centers. Pro-lifers can drop off the diapers they collected at Southside Women's Services or donate them online.

The annual March for Life Chicago typically draws thousands of anti-abortion advocates into downtown Chicago. Event organizers envisioned a fresh idea for this year that would keep everyone safe during the pandemic. 

"This year, we needed to balance the safety of participants with their strong desire to speak out on behalf of children in the womb," said organizer Kevin Grillot, Executive Director of weDignify. "Rather than filling Federal Plaza with thousands of people from across the heartland, packed shoulder to shoulder, we reached thousands in multiple cities in Wisconsin, Nebraska, Indiana, and Illinois for drive-in rallies, marches, and car processions."

March for Life Chicago will feature:

  • Pastor Mark Jobe, President, Moody Bible Institute and host of the national radio program Bold Steps
  • Mary Fiorito, J.D., Cardinal Francis George Fellow at the Ethics & Public Policy Center
  • Dan Lipinski, former U.S. Congressman and Democratic lead Democratic co-sponsor of numerous pieces of pro-life legislation
  • Dr. Christina Frances, American Association of Pro-Life OB/GYNs
  • Tori Peterson, Founder, Bring Beloved - empowering abused, neglected, and abandoned youth.
  • Margaret Pluta, student leader, weDignify
  • Kathy Bozyk, Executive Director Southside Pregnancy Center
  • Robert Gilligan, Executive Director, Catholic Conference of Illinois

During the month of January, March for Life Chicago has traveled to Wisconsin, Nebraska, Indiana, and Illinois. Despite the cool winter weather, significant crowds have come out to support and defend the value of human life. 

March for Life Chicago is an annual public event hosted by weDignify, which educates and empowers college students to become pro-life leaders on their campus and within the communities.

To find out more about the event, click here.

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Andrea Morris

Andrea Morris is a Features Producer for The 700 Club. She came to CBN in 2019 where she worked as a web producer in the news department for three years. Her passion was always to tell human interest stories that would touch the hearts of readers while connecting them with God. She transitioned into her new role with The 700 Club in August 2022.