women's rights

Sarah Self-Walbrick

Among a crowd of hundreds outside of Lubbock's Citizens Tower, three stood tall in the center holding signs. A bright pink one read, “I stand with the Planned Parenthood.” They positioned their messages to face Jim Baxa, the leader of West Texas Right to Life.


“We’re just here to pray over the men who are making decisions on the lives of little babies today,” he said.