The battle over the constitutionality of Roe v. Wade may be over, but now a bigger fight lies ahead.
For over half a century, pro-life advocates have fought to protect the sanctity of human life. Now that the decision the pro-life community has been waiting and praying for has finally become a reality, a question remains: Now what? How do we continue to stand for life for everyone who bears the image of God—from womb to tomb? And if abortion disproportionately impacts the poor and the marginalized, specifically Black Americans, why should we seize this new opportunity to make right what has gone terribly wrong?
Benjamin Watson, author and a former NFL player who now serves as VP of strategic relationships with Human Coalition, will be joining us to discuss how we can create a culture where abortion is both unthinkable and unnecessary by relentlessly pursuing a more just world—for everyone.
- "The New Fight for Life Roe, Race, and a Pro-Life Commitment to Justice", Benjamin Watson
- "The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America", Richard Rothstein
- "Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World", Douglas Blackmon
- "Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?", Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Benjamin Watson is a former NFL tight end, as well as a writer, a speaker, and an activist. He is a college football studio analyst with the SEC Network, and he serves as VP of strategic relationships with the Human Coalition, one of the largest pro-life and pro-woman organizations in the country. Along with his wife, Kirsten, he is the founder of The Watson 7 Foundation, a nonprofit focused on strengthening families. They live in Georgia with their seven children.