Monday marchers took to the streets in downtown Macon to take a stand against Roe V. Wade. A mass was held at Saint Joseph's Catholic Church and dozens gathered for a pro-life rally in front of Macon City Hall. Demonstrators held signs to show their belief as they headed to Central City Park.
"I'm marching today because I feel no matter how old or young you are you deserve a chance at life," said Emily Russell, student.
"Today we are celebrating that all life is holy wether it's unborn or in the senior years, reaching to the end," said Pastor Norman Yukers, Pine Forest Baptist Church.
Sunday marked the anniversary when abortion was legalized in 1973.