GAP turns heads at Knoxville’s Market Square
We returned to Market Square in Knoxville earlier this week for another edition of Urban GAP. It was hot hot, with a temperature in the 90s and a wind-chill of nearly 100 degrees.
Media coverage. All day long, passersby studied the abortion photos intently. WBIR-TV ran a story on TV. The video version is not available online, but you can read the text version here. There were a number of comments, and you can see that I have responded to many of them.
Monument to Motherhood. My favorite part of Urban GAP at Market Square is to go over to the monument to leaders of the woman’s suffrage movement in Tennessee (story here). I figure that the ACLU will have it removed the first chance they get, but for now, we get to enjoy Knoxville’s very own City-owned, pro-life, pro-family, pro-God monument. On it, you can read the words of suffragette Lizzie Crozier French (1851-1926):
Thanks be to God that in giving Woman the crown of motherhood He made her the giver not the taker of life. Woman has no greater claim to the rights of the ballot than that she is the producer not a destroyer of life.
Is that awesome or what? My interest in motherhood is not just professional, but personal as well. I’m not a mother myself, but I have one and so does my son. I’ve watched them both work and they’re pretty good.
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