Keep the Beat

April 11

What is Keep the Beat?

The steady drumbeat of the pro-life movement over the years has given way to a number of amazing victories protecting preborn babies and their mothers in the nearly 50 since the Roe v. Wade decision was handed down.

This year in particular, motivated by something as simple yet powerful as the human heartbeat, multiple states have enacted Heartbeat legislation that protects preborn babies from abortion once a heartbeat has been detected.

Georgia is about to become the latest state to enact heartbeat legislation this year. A pro-life wave is sweeping the nation and abortion advocates are panicked, and with good reason. They want to make an example of Georgia, its pro-life Governor and elected officials by threatening to boycott the state and take business elsewhere.

Ashley Bratcher, the lead actress from Unplanned, is from Georgia and she is asking people to join Keep the Beat:

“I’m inviting you to join me and my friends at Family Policy Alliance, along with state family policy councils across America, to Keep the Beat in Georgia! Please add your name to the pro-life voices speaking up for the beating hearts of innocent unborn lives. Together we will stand with Governor Brian Kemp and Georgia’s other courageous pro-life leaders to Keep the Beat in Georgia —they need your support!”

Join Keep the Beat

You can help!

Pro-life voices in America have been steadily building—calling for our country to end the scar on our history that is abortion—and we need to keep the beat going in Georgia by signing onto the Keep the beat pledge.

Add your name to show your support of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and the pro-life leaders who have worked to protect preborn children with a heartbeat.

Keep the Beat Going

Once you have signed the pledge you can download a printable logo which you can sign.

Please do so and then take a selfie with your pledge and post it on social media using the #KeeptheBeat hashtag.

Read more about Keep the Beat

Will You Help Us Keep the Beat? (link when published)