The pro life movement started much earlier than the famous Roe v Wade desicion of 1973. By 1970 there were already seven states that allowed abortion in some form. The activists were mobilizing, creating statewide organizations, and by 1973 a handful met in Washington DC and started the first march for life. Learn the history of these pioneers, their pro life backstories, how the first march for life started in only four months and became in what is today a global event. All of this and so much more will be displayed in the Life Museum.