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INDEPENDENCE, OHIO, March 10, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – This Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13, LifeSite will be at the Bringing America Back to Life Convention. The mission of the annual convention is to mobilize grassroots Christians at the local, state, and national level to advance a culture of life. 

This year’s conference will be held in-person in Independence, Ohio, just south of Cleveland at the Embassy Suites Hotel. LifeSite is pleased to announce that we will have a booth and reporters at the event bringing you live interviews. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming days on how to tune in. If you would like to view the entire program schedule, visit the convention's site by clicking here

The Bringing America Back to Life Convention features several prominent international and national speakers as well as pro-life groups. The conferens aims to equip attendees with the tools needed to go forth with confidence and courage to turn the tide on threats to human life.

Some of the speakers at this year’s gathering include: 

  • Father Shenan J. Boquet, president of Human Life International

  • Austin Ruse, head of Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam) 

  • Mary Rice Hasson, director of Catholic Women's Forum

  • Nick Loeb, co-producer, actor, and writer of Roe v. Wade: The Movie 

  • Sarah Quale, president of Personhood Alliance Education 

  • And many more 

 
The full list of speakers, along with biographies of each of them, can be found on convention’s program page

LifeSite is excited to be participating at the convention as we strive to bring you stories, videos, and content which shines a light on the truth in the culture, and pro-life and pro-family news. 

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