Activists hold pro-abortion concerts, parties on National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children

The free All Access 2016 event for abortion supporters drew less than a full house in Cleveland.
Mon Sep 12, 2016 - 3:20 pm EST
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All Access 2016 concert in Cleveland

September 12, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — This past Saturday, pro-life activists held nationwide memorials for aborted children and abortion supporters held concerts celebrating a procedure that has killed more than 50 million human beings since 1973.

September 10 was the fourth annual National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children, an event during which pro-lifers across the country gather at the gravesites of aborted children — many of whom had their bodies rescued from dumpsters in the 1980s — and other sites dedicated to the memory of aborted humans. September 10 was also when abortion supporters across the country gathered at nationwide “All Access 2016” concerts and events that promoted the expansion of abortion on demand.

Students for Life of America, which infiltrated the event, told LifeSiteNews that there were fewer than 10,000 attendees at the main All Access concert in Cleveland, which was free and featured singer-songwriter Sia. The venue had room for 13,000 people.

The youth pro-life group also protested outside the Cleveland concert.

One side of the abortion debate mourns the tiny human beings unjustly killed before they are even born. Another celebrates their deaths as empowering to women and something that taxpayers should fund.

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