Roe v. Wade has often been referred to as “the case that legalized abortion” and “the worst case in American History.” However, beyond these descriptions of this major Supreme Court ruling, what do the young people of today really know about the case?
How many people know about Norma McCorvey, the young girl who was used for her naivety and desperation in seeking an abortion and then throw to the wayside? How many young people even know when, where, or how the case came into being?
There is undoubtedly a passion in this generation’s pro-life movement: a longing for justice to be given to the unborn babies who are unjustly murdered and truth to be shown to the mothers who are sold flawed logic and encouraged to kill their babies. Though, there is often a lack of knowledge when it comes to the root of the abortion issue in our country.
Roe v. Wade, a new film coming out on April 2nd, will attempt to shine light on the true, untold story of this fateful Supreme Court decision. Narrated by the actor portraying Dr. Bernard Nathanson, former abortionist and the co-founder of the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), the film explores what occurred in Roe v. Wade as well as the role Nathanson played in it.
The film weaves together the twisted ins and outs of this malicious case and shocks the viewer on multiple occasions with how manipulative the entire ordeal was.
One young person who had the opportunity to see this movie explains, “For sure, I think a lot of people my age and younger know the horrors of abortion but they don’t actually know how it came to be this way.”
She goes on to explain the impact of this movie, saying, “This movie can really help our generation, which I believe is a very visual generation, actually grasp and understand the concepts and the ideas of that time.”
Roe v Wade is released on April 2nd, and will be available to be purchased or used as a group webinar setting.