In its final day, the reached White Marsh. Organized by the Baltimore-based non-profit organization Defend Life, some protesters held graphic signs depicting aborted fetuses along Honeygo Boulevard Friday morning and afternoon.
Shannon Trott, a Defend Life volunteer originally from California, traveled to Maryland with a friend to participate in the week of pro-life rallies.
Trott said some people have been offended by the demonstrations, while others have shown support by honking their horns.
"We come out here and do this because these signs are offensive and we know they're offensive and they're offensive to us ... Abortion is offensive. It kills human life," she said.
Victor Fiorina traveled from Pittsburgh to participate in the rallies. He shouted "life, liberty, happiness" at passing cars.
"It's a fundamental right. You need life to have liberty and happiness," Fiorina said.
The confirmed that police were notified about the Defend Life demonstrations in advance.
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