Tuesday, January 4, 2022



(Tallahassee, FL)  Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood Director, whose life story was portrayed in the movie, Unplanned, has been added to the line-up of speakers for Florida Family Policy Council’s Pro-Family Days event at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center from January 24th and January 25th 2022. This year’s event theme is #LifeWins and will offer trainings, briefings from experts, opportunities to lobby legislators, a prayer breakfast and walk, and fellowship for attendees.

Once the director of a Planned Parenthood clinic, Abby Johnson is now a passionate, outspoken advocate for the sanctity of human life for unborn babies. A renowned speaker, she is also widely regarded for her book, Unplanned, which later became the movie of the same name. The book details the horrific scenes she witnessed while at Planned Parenthood and her ultimate decision to quit the abortion industry.

Congresswoman Kat Cammack, our other featured speaker, is a vociferous advocate for the unborn in Washington, D.C. She represents Florida’s 3rd district and has testified in support of the Hyde amendment. Overcoming great difficultly, Cammack’s mother suffered a stroke yet chose to give birth to her and raise her as a single mom.

The event is about three weeks away and attendees can register here. Full scholarships are also available for students attending. To sign up, click this link and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page. Those who wish to sponsor a pastor to attend may click this link to do so and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.

As Florida anticipates the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, all eyes are on the state’s 2022 legislative session and its potential pro-life bills this month. FFPC’s pro-life, Pro-Family Days event is expecting large support from the conservative movement before the court ruling in June.

For more information, for interviews, or to secure media credentials for the event, contact Melissa Woodford, FFPC Communications Director, at [email protected] or call 407-251-5130. 

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