Join us for the Louisiana Life March South in 2022 as we march “Together for Life.” The event will begin at 10 am at the State Capitol front lawn near the intersection of Spanish Town Road and N. 4th Street and march to Galvez Plaza behind the Old State Capitol for a program with music, prayer, and speakers. Arrive at the State Capitol before 10 am!
Former Abortion Clinic Worker, Delta Clinic in Baton Rouge
Shelley Guillory is a licensed nurse who worked at the Delta Clinic in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for three years. She had no idea the clinic did abortions until she went in on her first day, which happened to be an abortion day. Pushing her conscience aside, she worked her way through the clinic from receptionist to putting body parts of aborted children back together in the Products of Conception room to ultimately assisting the abortionist in the procedure room. Before she worked for the Delta clinic, she worked as a nurse in an emergency room. Shelley found And Then There Were None, a ministry dedicated to helping abortion clinic workers leave the abortion industry, through the voice of a Sidewalk Advocate when returning to work after her twenty-year-old son passed away. Since coming through And Then There Were None, Shelley has found love and healing within the community of her tribe sisters and staff. Shelley currently lives in Lafayette, LA with her husband as a loving mother with an infectious laugh.
Bethany Worship Band
Bishop Michael Duca, Bishop of Baton Rouge
Louisiana Life March South is sponsored by Louisiana Right to Life, Louisiana Baptist Convention, Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, United Pentecostal Church of Louisiana, Louisiana Family Forum, the Knights of Columbus, and Concerned Women for America
Unite the pro-life people of Louisiana, across all denominational lines, to take a stand for life in our state’s capital city, and mobilize them with resources to go make a difference in their community. We believe the Louisiana Life March can lead toward an abortion-free Louisiana.