Every day, thousands of children are abandoned, snuffed from the world by abortion and literally left in the trash.
Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars is the story of one woman's courageous defense of those children.
Join Monica Miller as she recounts in gripping detail her life as a Pro-Life activist. From her days jumping the third rail to remove abortion advertisements from Chicago's El line in the 70's to her arrest and imprisonment for blocking access to an abortion clinic in the early 90's, Miller's story is a glimpse into the front-lines of the abortion wars from one who has seen it all.
Heartfelt, honest, and unflinching, Abandoned is at turns profound, breathtaking and daring. Not simply the story of one woman, it is an oral history of the Pro-Life movement, a true-life tale of life and death, and a plea for the protection of the innocent children threatened by abortion.
About the Author
|Monica Migliorino Miller is a nationally known pro-life leader, a pioneer and veteran of pro-life activism dating back to 1976, and founder of Citizens for a Pro-Life Society. In addition to her pro-life leadership, Miller is an associate professor of religious studies at Madonna University having earned her doctorate at Marquette University. Monica and her husband Edmund have three children. She resides in South Lynon, Michigan.|