Though it was originally launched with much fanfare, it seems to be petering out over the years and becoming more of a day for prolifers to remember abortionists than for prochoicers to "appreciate" them. They've not forgotten that this was supposed to be a day where the people they "help" let them know how much they're appreciated. I picture the abortionists sitting lonely and forgotten, like the Maytag Repairman. This is where we can step into the gap!
Join National Day of Outreach to Abortion Providers!
On March 10, participate in any way you think appropriate to reach out to abortion workers so that they can follow in the footsteps of ex-abortionists and ex-clinic workers like Bernard Nathanson, Carol Everett, and Abby Johnson.
Here are a few suggestions for what people can do to reach out to abortion workers:
- Send clinic staff letters or emails gently letting them know that though they may have meant well, they hurt you or your loved one.
- Bring your local staff gift baskets that include information on And Then There Were None, or Clinic Worker.com. Make the gifts real gifts, like gift cards for a restaurant, a nice flower basket, bath salts, and so forth, not phony "gifts" intended to crush the worker's spirit, like dismembered baby dolls, baby clothes, etc.
- Join the activities of the local 40 Days for Life in your community.
- Invite your local abortion staff to coffee, to let him or her vent in a safe environment without fear of being labeled a traitor.
- Write to your local newspaper, and call talk shows, to educate people about how people can provide real help to pregnant women.
- Tweet, using the hashtags #abortionproviders and #appreciateabortionproviders, inviting abortionists to turn in their instruments of death and instead provide real help to pregnant women.
So what we need to do is break through that illusion.