Sisters For Life hold pro-life rally at the Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Sisters For Life held it’s first black history month pro-life rally in Frankfort on Thursday.

Sisters For Life is an African American pro-life group.

President and co-founder, Angela Minter, says most abortion clinics are within two miles of college campuses and neighborhoods where the majority of people living there are minorities.

Minter says she does this because she had two abortions and regrets them.

She says she wishes the government would’ve had restrictions then and believes it’s needed now.

“We are doing everything that God would have us to do to reach out to other mothers, fathers, and families to let them know that there’s help available, that we can make a better choice, a life affirming choice,” said Angela Minter.

There is currently one one abortion clinic in the state and it’s in Louisville.

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky announced on Friday its Louisville clinic received a license that will allow it to offer abortions starting in March.

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