... you can listen to it online.
Also, Jewels Green (herself a former abortion clinic worker) has a post on the Live Action website about the webcast and how Johnson, Live Action, and many others who are working to change the hearts and minds of those who support abortion:
Can you imagine abortion remaining legal but nowhere to be found?
Last night Abby Johnson, author of “Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey Across the Life Line” spoke during a nationwide webcast attended by more than 5200 listeners with 40 Days for Life National Director David Bereit and Campaign Director Shawn Carney about Planned Parenthood’s “weak link”: the employees.
Abby told her story of leaving Planned Parenthood almost 2 years ago after watching an ultrasound-guided abortion procedure. After being confronted with the humanity of the baby in the womb and the brutality of abortion, she could no longer face her job at an abortion clinic and sought help from the local pro-lifers who prayed outside her office every day. Although Planned Parenthood sued her–and the local pro-life group and its leaders who helped her–she fought back and won and has become a vocal pro-life advocate and sought-after speaker for pro-life events. During her travels to share her story, time and time again she is approached by workers in abortion businesses who want to get out of the industry.
Abby speaks with workers almost weekly who have left or who want to leave the abortion industry and firmly believes this is Planned Parenthood’s Achilles’ heel and could be the key to ending abortion, even while it remains legal. I couldn’t agree more. It reminds me of that 1960s peace rally slogan taken from a poem by Bertolt Brecht, “What if they threw a war and nobody came?” What if they opened an abortion clinic and no one was willing to work there?