Today I'm launching an animated data story, anotherlifetaken.org, that shows abortion data for what it is: thousands of tiny human lives lost every day.
The individuality of abortion victims gets lost in numbers as large as 58 million since 1973. It’s hard to relate personally to cold, dead facts. Another Life Taken shows each child as an individual, not an aggregate. The story concludes with women sharing the effects of their choice and redemption in Christ.
Please have a look and share with people you know.
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