Notre Dame students participate in "March for LIfe" parade in D.C.

By: Newscenter Sixteen
By: Newscenter Sixteen

Friday Notre Dame students and faculty will lead the nation's largest anti-abortion demonstration.

A group of about fifty students and faculty from the University's "Right to Life Club" will hold the large "March for Life" banner as hundreds of thousands of people come together in Washington, D.C.

Not only that, Notre Dame has the biggest overall group participating with more than six hundred people registered.

Hundreds of thousands are expected on the national mall, calling to overturn the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion.

According to the Notre Dame Right to Life Club's Facebook page, hundreds of students have already arrived in D.C.

The first five buses left on Wednesday. Seven more buses left Thursday.


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