Pro-Life supporters protest Planned Parenthood in Providence

More than 100 people gathered in front of Planned Parenthood in Providence Saturday morning, to speak out against a recent controversial video that discusses selling body parts from aborted babies.

"If you are human, you deserve to live,” said one protester. 

The videos show Planned Parenthood discussing selling fetal tissue for profit.  Planned Parenthood addressed the issue, claiming they were edited. 

"If it’s not a viable being why do you want their body parts?" questioned one protester. 

Some protesters explained they were there for religious reasons.  Others felt it was a moral obligation. 

"We’re doing this just to really pray for conversions,” said Shelia Kuzmic.  “To look at what it is we’re doing in the United States, killing children in the womb as early as natural conception right until their natural death."

"Regardless of if you’re religious or not, it’s more of a moral obligation,” said 22-year-old Hannah Desarro.

The President and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Southern New England said in a statement:  "Women should be able to get heath care without fear of violence, harassment or intimidation (…) these protests are designed to shame the patients who seek basic health care services, and to intimidate their health care professionals who work here.”

A vote in the Senate to cut federal funding of the organization, failed earlier this month.