The post âSix Bad Arguments from the Pro-Choice âReversing Roeâ Documentaryâ originally appeared at the Equal Rights Institute blog. Netflix's debut of the "Reversing Roe" film comes as pro-life activist Alveda King is overseeing the creation of a film about the controversial Roe v. Wade decision. The pro-life movement denounces any form of violence regarding abortion, but that doesnât stop REVERSING ROE from connecting a non-violent movement to a â¦ The announcement of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedyâs retirement has prompted elation from pro-life groups, who are hopeful that the addition of a pro-life justice to the nationâs high court will be enough to overturn the 1973 Roe v Wade decision that mandated legal abortion nationwide.. While thereâs no doubt that the film has been made from a pro-abortion-rights perspective, it gives voice to other points of view. McCorvey remained active in the pro-life movement until her death on February 8, 2017. The plaintiff in Roe v.Wade, which struck down pro-life laws and made abortion legal in every state, was Norma McCorvey.Though initially the icon for abortion advocates, she became pro-life in 1995. Pro-life women say they were overlooked by Netflix documentary âReversing Roeâ September 22, 2018 CNA Daily News News Briefs 1 Print Washington D.C., Sep 22, 2018 / 05:05 am ( CNA/EWTN News ).- Even the term âpro-lifeâ is a lie. Click here to learn more about our pro-life apologetics course, âEquipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations About Abortion.â Reversing Roe ends with the election of Donald J. Trump and his pivot from being a pro-abortion Democrat to a pro-life Republican. Bush had appointed five justices, giving the Republicans an 8-to-1 advantage, and the lone â¦ The new Netflix documentary Reversing Roe centers of situating the current political fight to retain abortion access within the American historical context. REVERSING ROE is now available on VHS video cassette and is the perfect program for discussing the abortion issue with any age group and any Sunday School class, school presentation or pro-life event. What âReversing Roeâ refuses to consider is that the pro-life movement is ultimately motivated not by politics, but by the necessity to love both the mother and the child, and this movement can continue to grow regardless of what the Supreme Court decides. By 1992, pro-life presidents Reagan and George H.W. They are simply pro-forced birth.