Protesters gather at the homes of Supreme Court justices to support Roe v. Wade.

After a little more than ten minutes, the majority of the smaller groups decided to go.

On Saturday night, demonstrators gathered outside the homes of five Supreme Court justices in Northern Virginia to mark the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, which was handed down in 1973 and effectively legalized the majority of abortions.


Since the leaking of a draft opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, a few pro-choice activist groups have been encouraging crowds to demonstrate in front of the residences of justices. On Saturday evening, a few people responded to the call to action and demonstrated in front of the justices’ homes.