Walk For Life's Code of Conduct


For years, the San Francisco Police have provided excellent—and necessary—protection for the attendees at the Walk for Life West Coast’s rally and subsequent march. That is due in no small part to the Walk’s founders, Eva Muntean and Dolores Meehan, what with their friendliness toward the police and their willingness to co-operate with all security requests.

Additionally, the pro-life marchers themselves always express heartfelt thanks to the police. The Walk organisers do publish a Code of Conduct set of reminders for the attendees. The Code stands as time-tested and essential counsel for every pro-life activist: Please remember, the Walk for Life is a quiet and peaceful march through San Francisco. Please be 100 percent peaceful at all times! Do not speak to protestors. Do not look or stare at protestors. Do NOT threaten protestors. Do NOT get close to protestors. Do not reply to protestors–EVER. NEVER, EVER TOUCH PROTESTORS. Obey the San Francisco Police at all times. To maintain the peaceful and prayerful attitude of the Walk, please do not bring any graphic images of abortions to the Walk. Stay with your group and walk in tight formation. Please be aware of your surroundings at all times and stay out of traffic! 

One of the counsels above, though, veteran pro-lifers would amend, saying that there are other venues at which displaying images of abortion victims is absolutely legitimate in order to show people the shocking, blood-stained reality of what the abortionists really do to the babies. 

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