Some good news! The Guttmacher Institute just released their abortion data from 2013-4. The number of abortions fell below one million for the first time in 2013 (958,700), and dropped again in 2014 (926,200). The last time they were this low was in 1975, just a couple of years after Roe.
The abortion rate has also continued to decline from 29 p/1000 women (aged 15-44) in 1980, to 14.6 p/1000 women in 2014. This is the lowest it has been since 1973.
While there are many factors that contribute to this decline (better contraception practices, pro-life legislation making it more difficult to obtain an abortion), one of them is most certainly the pro-life message of equal protection for all human beings. We have a lot more work to do to make abortion a matter for the history books, but I’ll rejoice over each step along the way.