Hundreds ‘March For Life' In Downtown Tulsa
TULSA, Oklahoma -- Tulsans marched through downtown to pray for change Saturday. Hundreds rallied at the second annual March for Life.
They carried signs and they made their way from the Holy Family Cathedral to the Chapman Centennial Green at 6th and Boston.
They're standing united against abortion, saying it destroys women, families and communities.
"There are people that love and feel strongly that life is important and that are spending a lot of time and prayer and energy to support life in all aspects," Said Tulsa resident Alice Kirkpatrick.
Republican Congressman John Sullivan was among the participants.