2024 Georgia Stand for Life


The Constitution Party of Georgia encourages all supporters to join us at the annual Georgia Stand for Life on Friday, January 26, 2024! Georgia Right to Life has hosted this annual event every year for almost 4 decades to bring public awareness to the issue of abortion and the millions of people who are missing from our world as a result.

In keeping with its tradition, Georgia Right to Life is hosting its annual GEORGIA STAND FOR LIFE on Friday, January 26, 2024 at 11:30 AM at Liberty Plaza. The event will include:

  • Praise and worship music
  • A memorial service for more than 64 million preborn children who have died by abortion since 1973
  • Testimonials and speakers with a focus on Prenatal Equal Protection in Georgia
  • An opportunity to fellowship with community leaders, pro-life organizations and beyond
  • A silent march through the streets of Atlanta beginning at approximately 12:45 PM.


This annual event has a two-fold purposeIt serves as a memorial to the lives of more than 64 million preborn children whose lives were taken by abortion since 1973 and an opportunity for those who advocate for life to be encouraged and educated in their continued efforts to stand for life and bring equal protection to children in the womb in Georgia who are increasingly threatened by abortion.

Why the name change of the event?

Just as this event has changed its venue and focus over time, the name was changed to reflect current initiatives.  In 2023, GRTL leadership chose to not affiliate with the National March for Life but rather to remain independent in its ability to hold this annual event.  We look forward to seeing old and new friends at this event!

Why has the event date changed?

To accommodate many people who plan to attend the National March for Life event on Friday, January 19, 2024, GRTL chose to move the date of its annual event to the last Friday in January beginning in 2024.

How is this year’s event different from last year?

This year we will see the return of Praise and Worship music – which many of you asked us to bring back to this event. Also, we have combined our memorial service and equal protection rally so that more people can participate in both. We also plan to offer a tour of the capitol, hosted by our pro-life legislators and friends, prior to the Georgia Stand for Life.

Is the event affiliated with a national event?

This event is not affiliated with a national group or event. It is solely a Georgia Right to Life event.

Do you have materials to promote the Georgia Stand for Life?

Click here to download the Georgia Stand for Life flyer that you can download and print to share with your friends, church groups, and other organizations who stand together with us for life.


Parking for the Capitol and Liberty Plaza: Liberty Plaza is located at the corner of Martin Luther King and Capitol Avenue across from the Capitol. No matter which direction you arrive from by car, you’ll need to park off site and then walk to Liberty Plaza.

Vehicle Parking: Public parking surrounding the Capitol can be found on this interactive map. Parking fees vary by lot. Certain lots may be closed due to the legislative session.  The closest covered parking can be found at the Pete Hackney Parking Deck at 162 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE Atlanta, 30303 (Cash is not accepted).

Bus Parking: Buses should go to the west side of Washington Street in front of the Capitol to determine if parking is available in that location. If it is not, buses will be rerouted by Capitol security. Church buses with church identification information on the side of the bus are given preference with available parking.

MARTA: The Georgia State Capitol building at 206 Washington Street SW is only one block away from the Georgia State MARTA station on the blue/green rail line.

Directions via MARTA: Take a blue or green line train to the Georgia State station. If you are traveling from the red or gold rail line, exit at the Five Points station and follow the signs to the eastbound platform. Get on the first eastbound train and ride one stop. Once at the Georgia State station, take the Piedmont Avenue exit out of the station, turn left, and walk about a block. Walking time is less than 10 minutes.


From the South:

  • Take I-75/85 North to Exit 245 (Capitol Avenue).
  • At the bottom of the exit ramp, continue straight through the stop sign.
  • At the first traffic light, turn left onto Hank Aaron Drive.
  • Liberty Plaza will be approximately one mile down on the right.

From the North:

  • Take I-75/85 South to Exit 248A (Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive).
  • Bear right onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.
  • Liberty Plaza will be on the left just before you get to the Capitol.

From the East:

  • Take I-20 West to Exit 58A (Capitol Avenue).
  • Turn right on Capitol Avenue.
  • Liberty Plaza will be approximately one mile down on the right.

From the West:

  • Take I-20 East to Exit 56B (Windsor St./Spring St./Stadium).
  • At the third light, turn left onto Central Avenue.
  • Go to Mitchell Street and turn right.
  • Liberty Plaza will be two blocks down and directly in front of you at the traffic light.

The Georgia Stand For Life is a rain or shine event, there will be no cancellation due to inclement weather. As always there will be accommodations for the physically challenged, and trained volunteers available to assist with any medical incidents. 

We appreciate ongoing assistance of the Georgia Building Authority and the Atlanta Police Department who strive to make the event safe for all participants.

Annual March and Rally History

Are you one of the faithful pro-life Georgians who has been attending this event year after year for decades?

You may remember that the annual march and rally began in the 1980s as the "January 22nd Memorial Committee" held annually on (or near) January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. 

The first event was a Prayer Breakfast, and the second year the event was held at the State Capitol. The Memorial service and March began in the second year. 

'Together for Life' was the popular name for the event, and from 2014 to 2023 the annual event was known as the Georgia March for Life. 

Beginning in January 2024 the annual event will be known as the Georgia Stand for Life and will include a Memorial service, an End Abortion Rally, and a Silent March.





January 26, 2024 at 11:30am - 1:45pm
Liberty Plaza
244 Capitol Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30334
United States
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GRTL State Office · · (770) 339-6880