Social media these days is flooded with friends, family and foes championing diverse causes for the needy, the helpless and the oppressed.
In fact, some days it seems like everyone is a champion — such as the black squares for Black Lives Matter and the #challengeaccepted movement, where women post black-and-white selfies to express support for women. Thanks to platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, now anyone can be an activist for social reform from the comfort of their homes simply by tapping their thumbs sharing photos and hashtags.
Whether mere thumb activism brings about any effective change is another issue, but one oppressed group that receives little viral attention is seeing an actual legislative change in Texas for its sanctity and protection, and this group is unborn children.
KETK-TV reported that on July 20, East Mountain, Texas became a “sanctuary city for the unborn,” which means that the city has legislatively declared that abortion is unconstitutional and