The Media Research Center (MRC) is producing a documentary and they want YOU in it! Below is their press release for the documentary and how you can participate.
The Media Research Center (MRC), in conjunction with national pro-life organizations, is producing a documentary on the National Pro-Life March to fight against the media censorship on abortion — and we need your help! To pull this off, we’re asking pro-lifers to contribute by donating their footage preparing for/attending the 41st National Pro-Life March in Washington, D.C.
Who: YOU (the pro-life movement)
What: A campaign by the Media Research Center’s Culture and Media Institute (CMI) to unite the pro-life movement by creating a documentary from clips by pro-lifers across the nation preparing for and attending the 41st National Pro-Life March.
How: Take footage with your camera or phone and send it to us through Google Drive (for those who have Gmail) or upload to YouTube and email us the link at MarchForLife@mrc.org!
What we’re looking for:
- Footage of you and/or your friends looking into the camera (either individually or as a group) and saying, “I am pro-life.”
- Footage of you and your friends briefly saying why you are pro-life or why you are attending the March
- Behind-the-scenes footage of you and/or your group preparing for/attending the March. This can include footage of creating signs, your bus ride into D.C., planning meetings, marching to the Supreme Court, etc. Be creative!
Deadline: We will begin compiling videos as soon as the March finishes. Please send your footage no later than January 29, 2014. MRC will publish the documentary online.
The Students for Life of America team will also be participating in the filming of the documentary! See the full press release here.