About 300 anti-abortion activists, about half of whom were students from various local religious schools, made the annual march from Macon City Hall to Central City Park to publicly voice their position Friday afternoon.
In remarks made before leaving Macon City Hall, Pastor Tim Long of First Evangelical Church in Macon equated the fight against abortion to the 19th century fight to abolish slavery.
Long said that despite the difficulty of the fight, that in the end history would look favorably on the anti-abortion position.
"Babies in the womb are worth dying for on a hill," he said.
Also, about 125 people demonstrated against abortion with Friends for Life along Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins.