Speakers announced for 15th annual Walk for Life

Thousands will march in San Francisco on Saturday, January 26, 2019

Walk for Life West Coast 2018

Crowds of people who believe women deserve better than abortion, will converge in San Francisco on Saturday, January 26, 2019 for the 15th annual Walk for Life West Coast.  Organizers are excited to announce an impressive line-up of speakers for this important event, which hopes to convey to the world that every life is precious and that there are people ready, willing, and able to help others choose life.

Speakers include the renowned international pro-life and chastity speaker, Patricia Sandoval, who as a former Planned Parenthood worker was told “Never tell a soul what you see behind this door.”  Now Sandoval is not only telling the world what she saw, but sharing her riveting story of hope and redemption as she recalls a past marked by abandonment, drug use, homelessness, and three abortions. 

Ordained Baptist preacher Walter B. Hoye II is Founder and President of the Issues4Life Foundation; a member of the Californian Civil Rights Foundation; Founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California; Executive Member of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, and a Board Member of the Morning Center.  Reverend Hoye is an accomplished author and public speaker, who recognizes the devastating affect of abortion on the black community and the need for men to embrace their biblical roles as protector and provider.

Finally, walkers will be treated to a speech by Father Shenan Boquet, who travels the world spreading the Gospel of Life as President of Human Life International.  Father has journeyed over a million miles sharing the truth about the dignity of the human person, the nature of marriage, authentic social justice, and moral theology.

The 2019 Walk for Life West Coast will rally at 12:30 PM in the city’s Civic Center Plaza. Following the rally, participants will walk peaceably down Market Street to Justin Herman Plaza.

From Walk for Life West Coast.

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