Religious groups join women's rights march

Prayerfully Pro-Choice Interfaith Worship Service
Standing at a worship service shortly before the official start of the March for Women’s Lives held in Washington, D.C., pastry cook Theresa Helfrey held two signs stapled together, one declaring the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s call for justice and another supporting NARAL, a prominent abortion rights organization.

She said the juxtaposition of the two signs was completely appropriate for the massive rally for reproductive rights that brought throngs of supporters to the nation’s capital on April 25.


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