Pro Life in Knoxville | GAP on Market Square
The Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) has made it’s first appearance on Market Square in Knoxville. Lord willing, it won’t be our last.
Before we had even set up the signs, a woman walked around the display and studied each one. She was almost in tears as she asked, “Do you mean to tell me that abortions like this are legal in Knoxville?” I explained that the first trimester abortions depicted in most of our signs are performed routinely in Knoxville. Although the 22-week abortion depicted in two of our signs are legal in all 50 states (because of the Doe v Bolton decision), they are not routinely performed here. She said she had thought all abortions were done on a small blob of tissue, and that we had certainly changed her mind. I know she will be talking about the signs to her friends as well.
All day long, it was a steady stream of people passing the display. Almost every one of them stared at the signs and studied them intently. It was clear the signs were doing their work in the minds of all who saw them.
What do you think about Urban GAP? Please comment!
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