There was a rally at the National Mall, followed by the March itself, which began at approximately 1:00pm. Though the ground was muddy, it was a blessedly clear and warm day, unlike in previous years. From the National Mall, BLD members marched with their pro-life brethren on Constitution Ave, singing praise songs and holding up pro-life signs. The annual pro-choice counter-protest was also there, but they could not deter the marchers. Chants upholding life and decrying Roe v. Wade echoed up and down the street, as different groups, united in the pro-life movement, took up the calls.
In front of the Supreme Court building, a small stage was set up so marchers could share how abortion affected their lives and their loved ones. Officially, the 2015 March For Life ended there, roughly a mile and a half from the National Mall. However, though the crowd dispersed, the March simply continued in their lives as it did on the BLD bus, in constant prayers for an end to abortion.