GAP makes debut at Virginia Tech University

Laurice Baddour at Drillfield

CBR volunteer Laurice Baddour explains how genocide victims are denied rights of personhood.

GAP made it’s first appearance ever at Virginia Tech University on March 27-28, where we were hosted by the Advocates for Life (AFL).

Because you support CBR, Virginia Project Directors Maggie Egger and Nicole Cooley encouraged and trained AFL President Zach Hoopes and others to expose abortion at Virginia Tech, and they formed AFL for just that purpose.

CBR’s Pro-Life Training Academy prepared students to articulate and defend the pro-life position.

There was a slight hiccup in the final day or two before GAP.  A key member of AFL resigned from the group, which almost caused a delay.  Fortunately, we were able to complete the project as scheduled.

Media coverage:

More to come!

Drillfield crowd

Our location on the Drillfield guaranteed a steady stream of student passersby.

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