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Washington Post profiles new head of March for Life

Catholic World News - January 25, 2013

On the day of the March for Life, the Washington Post has published a profile of Jeanne Monahan, the new head organizer for the annual march.

The Post story contrasts Monahan’s approach with that of Nellie Gray, the founder of the March for Life, who ran the event until her death last year. While depicting Gray as rigid in her approach and isolated from the media, the Post offers a more positive portrayal of Monahan, suggesting that she will give a new look to the annual March.

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