THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2013
6 p.m. SOCIAL HOUR
7 p.m. DINNER
LIVONIA, MI 48150
From Points East:
I-96 West to Inkster exit. Follow service drive west past Inkster Road (Schoolcraft) to Cardwell, turn left. Our parking lot is straight ahead across the bridge.
From Points West:
I-96 East to Middlebelt exit. Follow the service drive (Schoolcraft) east. Burton Manor will be on the right, just east of Middlebelt Road.
David Bereit became an outspoken prolife advocate after Planned Parenthood announced plans to build an abortion clinic in his Texas town in 1998. He helped to start and build a local grassroots coalition that rallied 60 churches and thousands of people together and dramatically reduced abortions in the region. Planned Parenthood recognized the effectiveness of David's efforts when it labeled his town "the most anti-choice place in the nation." David led the first-ever 40 Days for Life campaign in College Station, TX.
David moved to the Washington, D.C. area in 2005 where he served as executive director of American Life League and national director of Stop Planned Parenthood until being asked to lead the national 40 Days for Life campaign. His prolife work has been featured in the media hundreds of times, including coverage on Fox News, HBO, ABC, NBC, CBS, numerous radio programs, and in more than 100 newspapers across the country including USA Today, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times.
David and his wife Margaret have two children, Claire and Patrick.