St Gerald’s Catholic School students are headed back from Washington DC by bus after the annual ‘March for Life.’
Students say that the pro-life march is something they believe in.
The group of students left Omaha last Wednesday by bus to head to the nation’s capital.
The march is a staunch opposition to the 1973 "Roe v. Wade" case.
The supreme court case that legalized abortion in the U.S.
Pro-life supporters held the first one back in '74.
Vice-President Mike Pence made an appearance, It was the first time a sitting vice president has done so.
The event also comes on the heels of pro-lifers wanted to de-fund Planned Parenthood and overturn "roe v. Wade", Which the pro-choice movement oppose, saying the organization offers reproductive health services.
Organizers say these students are expected to arrive sometime Monday.