Another young pro-life champion
One of the best parts of my job is to meet, encourage, and (we hope, at some level) influence young pro-life activists. One such young pro-life champion is Peter Ascik. We first met Peter in 2008, when we took our Pro Life on Campus project (GAP) to Appalachian State U, where Peter was an undergraduate. Now he is in graduate school at the U of Georgia, where he serves as President of the Students for Life.
Peter and his group hosted GAP at the U of Georgia last Fall, and is currently preparing to bring the Justice for All (JFA) display this Spring. The JFA display features CBR abortion photos. In preparation for the display, he wrote this column in the U of Georgia student paper. He wrote:
We understand the pictures of unborn human beings destroyed by abortion are disturbing. But a critical thinker may ask why it is so disturbing to see them.
We believe these images are so disturbing because it is inconsistent for us to speak about human rights — while we ignore the rights of the youngest and most vulnerable humans.
For the entire column, click here.
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