The Voice of the Unborn

March 6, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor, speaks with a Planned Parenthood client who visits the location with family for an abortion consult at the Allston, Mass. location on Wednesday. McCullen has been participating since August 2000, protesting at least two days a week year-round. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 6, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor, speaks with a Planned Parenthood client who visits the location with family for an abortion consult at the Allston, Mass. location on Wednesday. McCullen has been participating since August 2000, protesting at least two days a week year-round. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 4, 2013- Frank Porter, left, Bill Cotter, middle, and another protestor, stand outside Planned Parenthood in Allston, Mass. Tuesday morning in an effort to educate people on alternatives to abortion. "When the freedom to be born was destroyed freedom itself was sure to follow," said Porter. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 4, 2013- Frank Porter, left, Bill Cotter, middle, and another protestor, stand outside Planned Parenthood in Allston, Mass. Tuesday morning in an effort to educate people on alternatives to abortion. “When the freedom to be born was destroyed freedom itself was sure to follow,” said Porter. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 4, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, right, a pro-life protestor, meets the sister of a Planned Parenthood client outside of the Allston location at 1055 Commonwealth Ave. Tuesday morning. "Every year we save 80 to110 babies from abortion," McCullen said. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 4, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, right, a pro-life protestor, meets the sister of a Planned Parenthood client outside of the Allston location at 1055 Commonwealth Ave. Tuesday morning. “Every year we save 80 to110 babies from abortion,” McCullen said. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

 

March 6, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor, shows an MRI of a set of twins. McCullen, a member of Saint Ignatius Catholic Church, says "I want to be the voice of the unborn… No child wants a death day, they want a birthday."

March 6, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor, shows an MRI of a set of twins. McCullen, a member of Saint Ignatius Catholic Church, says “I want to be the voice of the unborn… No child wants a death day, they want a birthday.”

March 5, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor and mother of three waits outside Planned Parenthood in Allston, Mass. on Tuesday to educate people about alternatives to abortion. "I'm here to offer hope, help, and love to a couple contemplating abortion," said McCullen. The Planned Parenthood is located at 1055 Commonwealth Ave. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 5, 2013- Eleanor McCullen, a pro-life protestor and mother of three waits outside Planned Parenthood in Allston, Mass. on Tuesday to educate people about alternatives to abortion. “I’m here to offer hope, help, and love to a couple contemplating abortion,” said McCullen. The Planned Parenthood is located at 1055 Commonwealth Ave. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 6, 2013- Frank Porter displays a pro-life sign while looking towards Planned Parenthood Allston, Mass. Tuesday morning. "When the freedom to be born was destroyed, freedom itself was sure to follow," Porter said. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

March 6, 2013- Frank Porter displays a pro-life sign while looking towards Planned Parenthood Allston, Mass. Tuesday morning. “When the freedom to be born was destroyed, freedom itself was sure to follow,” Porter said. Photo by Melanie Rieders.

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