The Abortion Holocaust by the Numbers

With the 39th anniversary of the darkest day in American history – January 22, 1973, when Roe v. Wade opened the floodgates to the killing of precious, beautiful, pre-born children on demand – approaching, it is important to put things into perspective.

By the numbers …

  • More than 53.8 million: U.S. abortion deaths since Roe v. Wade, more than one-sixth of the current U.S. population.
  • 53 million: the combined populations of Texas, New York and Michigan
  •  332,278: number of pre-born children killed by Planned Parenthood in 2009
  • 319,294: the population of St. Louis
  • 305,704: the population of Pittsburgh
  • 296,943: the population of Cincinnati
  • 13: percent of minority women in the U.S. female population (age 15-44)
  • 36: percent of U.S. abortions by minority women.

To observe the holocaust wrought by Roe v. Wade and to stand up for the sanctity of human life, Arizonans are gathering this Sunday. For more information, see

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  1. arizona today

    According to a new report just released by Americans United for Life, Arizona is ranked 14th-friendliest state for life. Arizona is also one of five states rated as most improved over 2011, along with Utah, Indiana, Kansas and North Carolina.

    Louisiana is ranked No. 1 by AUL, while Washington ranks 50th.

    The top 5 include:

    2. Oklahoma
    3. Pennsylvania
    4. Nebraska
    5. Arkansas

    For the complete list map, go to:

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