MARCH FOR LIFE
For this year's MCCL March for Life, a "Virtual March" is planned for Jan. 22, 2021. We do not encourage people to come to the Capitol building, which is shut down. Some MCCL chapters will hold local in-person gatherings, and we encourage everyone to view our Virtual March for Life at noon on Jan. 22—you can watch on Facebook, this website, and elsewhere as we commemorate the lives lost to abortion.
On Jan. 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions legalized abortion on demand nationwide. Each year, pro-life Minnesotans mark the anniversary of Roe and Doe with the MCCL March for Life at the state Capitol in St. Paul.
The purpose of the March is to commemorate the 60 million+ lives lost to abortion (and the women and men who have been hurt as a result) and to call for renewed respect and protection for unborn children and their mothers.
Read about and view photos from the 2020 MCCL March for Life. You can also see pictures from the 2019. 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014 Marches, and view archival photographs from more than four decades of the March.
Pictures from the 2019 MCCL March for Life