The March for Life rally goes virtual after the coronavirus forced organizers to abandon the annual in-person demonstration. The march has been held every January on the National Mall since the 1973 decision Roe v. Wade passed in the Supreme Court, guaranteeing a woman’s right to an abortion. Due to the pandemic and recent security concerns in the Capitol, the march will instead take place online in 2021.MARCH FOR LIFE CANCELS ANNUAL IN-PERSON WASHINGTON RALLY, GOES VIRTUALThe stream will begin online at noon and can be viewed on the organization’s website.The largest annual gathering for U.S. anti-abortion activists, the March for Life has been estimated to draw upwards of 100,000 people who walk in protest from the National Mall to the Supreme Court every January. It’s usually held on or around the anniversary of the landmark court decision.TRUMP BECOMES FIRST PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT MARCH FOR LIFE: ‘EVERY LIFE BRINGS LOVE'”The protection of all of those who participate in the annual March, as well as the many law enforcement personnel and others who work tirelessly each year to ensure a safe and peaceful event, is a top priority of the March for Life,” March for Life President Jeanne Mancini said earlier this month. “In light of the fact

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