One of Human Coalition Action’s top priorities is to help unify the pro-life movement through building relationships, developing strategic partnerships, and mobilizing local grassroots to advance pro-life policy across the nation.
While there are so many policy issues that stand to divide us as a nation, Human Coalition Action believes that protecting preborn children can transcend party politics and the traditional “conservative” and “liberal” labels.
In this video, I sat down with Monica Sparks, who was elected in August of 2021 to serve as the first African American President of Democrats for Life of America, for a conversation about unity in the pro-life movement.
Monica and her twin sister were adopted at the age of eight out of the foster care system. While she and her sister are biologically identical, their political beliefs are far from it: Monica is a Democrat, and her sister is a Republican.
This background has taught her that she can work across the aisle and find common ground to make a difference in her community and country. She operates with the bold mentality that “not every Democrat is my friend and not every Republican is my enemy.”
The biggest area of agreement she and I share is her passion for protecting the most vulnerable among us, including preborn children. And in her leadership role, she is thrilled to be on the frontlines in the fight for life.
Watch our conversation above, where she shares her story and why she believes unifying the pro-life movement is important.
We are so thankful for champions of life like Monica and are proud to have her and Democrats for Life as an ally in the work to defend preborn children at all levels of government.
To learn more about Human Coalition Action’s work to unify the pro-life movement, click here.