The March for Life is a marvel.  There is no other event in our nation that draws hundreds of thousands of joyful marchers to Washington, D.C. every year. Whether it rains, snows, or shines—and whether the media notices or not—each and every year people descend on D.C. to stand with those who can’t stand up for themselves.

While the marchers gather at the anniversary of Roe v. Wade and remember the tens of millions of children that never had a chance to live, the March for Life is more than a solemn affair. It is above all a positive proclamation that all lives are worth living, all lives are worth cherishing, and all lives are worth protecting.