Today is the 49th annual March for Life in Washington D.C. and, although Gus wasn't able to be at the event this year, he dedicates most of the program to speaking with leaders in the pro-life movement.
First up is Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America. She and Gus talk about how Planned Parenthood is trying to exploit the COVID pandemic to get more taxpayer funding, abortion pills by mail, recently approved by the FDA, and the fate of Roe v. Wade, which is in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Later, Maureen Ferguson, senior fellow at the Catholic Association, calls in to talk about the nuts and bolts of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that the Supreme Court is hearing and will make a decision on in June and the Walking with Moms in Need Initiative.
Afterward, Craig DeRoche, president and CEO of the Family Policy Alliance, calls in to talk about his organization's role in the pro-life movement, particularly their new program called "After Roe," which aims to support moms and babies before and after birth, create a robust foster and adoption environment and bring hope and healing in all 50 states.
And we close with Rev. Clenard Childress, founder of BlackGenocide.org, who is in San Francisco getting ready for the Walk for Life West Coast. He and Gus discuss how abortion disproportionately affects the black community and what he's doing to get the message across to the African-American community.