I-95 GAP Tour continues in Maine this week
GAP continues this week in the key state of Maine. On April 9-10, GAP is at the University of Maine at Orono (UMO). Coverage by UMO’s student newspaper, The Maine Campus. Quote from the article:
Amanda Rivers, a second-year social work major, walked out of a morning class and saw the display.
“I’m so glad that they’re here,” she said.
Rivers said she always knew she was pro-life but didn’t understand the extent of her commitment to that mindset until she saw the photos, which she described as “graphic.”
“I came out of class and just did the walk around and honestly started crying,” she said.
Her views on abortion were cemented after she spoke with a GAP protester, and she said she doesn’t believe there are any circumstances in which abortion is a moral decision. She now describes herself as firmly anti-abortion.
“I am now. One-hundred percent,” she said.
She said she understands why the group of students gathered around Hardwick to argue with him. …
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