A spokesperson for pro-life leader Abby Johnson’s ministry says her organization has helped 15 abortion workers leave the industry since the film Unplanned opened three weeks ago.
The movie, which was released on March 29, focuses on Johnson’s transformation from Planned Parenthood clinic director to pro-life advocate and founder of 'And Then There Were None' (ATTWN) – a group that helps abortion workers leave that industry.
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— ATTWN (@ATTWNministry) April 13, 2019
In testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution Wednesday, Chuck Konzelman, writer and director of Unplanned, stated that, since the film opened, 94 abortion clinic workers have come forward to seek assistance leaving their jobs.