Pro-life activists will protest outside the British embassy at 6:00 p.m. tonight in solidarity with Charlie Gard. The 11-month-old UK baby's parents are fighting to keep him on life support despite court orders that his hospital pull the plug when they want.
The pro-life activists may head to London afterward to do whatever possible to keep Charlie alive and allow him to be transferred elsewhere.
Pro-lifers protested on behalf of Charlie outside Buckingham Palace on Sunday.
Chris Gard and Connie Yates, Charlie's parents, have been fighting in European courts for their right to bring him to the U.S. for experimental treatment for his rare muscle and brain disease. They raised over $1.6 million to do this, but English courts sided with the hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, which wants to remove him from life support.
Then, the European Court of Human Rights also sided with Great Ormond Street Hospital, where Charlie currently is. Charlie was scheduled to die on Friday, June 30, but his parents have been granted more time with him. They've not been allowed to even bring him home to die there.