Pro Life in Atlanta | Speaking at Georgia Right to Life Meeting
I was honored to be invited to address the Atlanta Chapter of the Georgia Right to Life next week. Here’s the announcement that went out to their members and other pro-lifers in the area:
You are invited to come and hear a presentation by Fletcher Armstrong PhD, Southeast Director of The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, entitled, “Lessons From the Past, Learning How to Win,” sponsored by the Atlanta Chapter Georgia Right to Life. CBR is well know for Genocide Awareness Project (GAP), which is the world’s first large-scale abortion photo outreach to college students. Fletcher will explain how this and other CBR projects are effective because they are modeled upon the most successful social reform movements in history, including the movements to end the slave trade in England, slavery in America, abusive child labor in the early 20th Century, and racial injustice in the 1960s.
When: Thursday, July 22, 2010 7:00 PM
Where: Cathedral of Christ the King, Hyland Center
Some comments about GAP:
- “I saw minds and hearts changed right before my eyes. I believe in GAP and its ability to effect change.” (Tanya Comer, President, [University of] Georgia Pro-Life)
- “There is no doubt in my mind that GAP is the most effective pro-life project that any pro-life club can bring to their school.” (President, Students for Life, U of New Hampshire).
- “It is saving babies like nothing the pro-life movement has ever undertaken and is worthy of our heartiest support.” (Fr. Frank Pavone, Director, Priests for Life)
- “I’ve been doing this my whole adult life. And yet I have never heard a more compelling way of presenting the pro-life message.” (Hon. Trent Franks, U.S. House of Representatives)
If you know people in Atlanta, please let them know about this event. Thanks! I’m scheduled to speak in Athens on the evening of Wednesday, July 21. I will link to my slides for both of these talks sometime next week.
If I can speak to your pro-life group or event, use the feedback form on our website to let us know.
Tags: abortion debate, abortion pictures, anti-abortion, campus, CBR, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, GAP, Genocide Awareness Project, history, pro-life debate, prolife, right to life, social reform, Truth Trucks
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