Nellie Gray

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Nellie Gray (June 24, 1924 – August 2012) was the founder of the National March for Life. She led it to become the longest annual march in American history, consistently attracting hundreds of thousands each year.

The demographic of this event is extraordinary, with more than a hundred thousand teenagers participating each year.

After Ms. Gray passed away, the March for Life has continued as she envisioned.