Pro-Life on Campus at Georgia Southern University
For the first time ever, CBR hit Georgia Southern University (GSU) hard with the reality of abortion. Faculty, police, press, and students alike couldn’t deny what abortion does to a human being. Nearly a dozen students said they will organize a pro-life group to continue the work. Pray that they will!
One administrator said her own daughter had been born at 24 weeks; she said her baby, “looked like the picture on your poster.” She was startled by the contrasting photo of a dead 24-week-old baby, killed by a late-term abortionist.
One of the most encouraging responses: “Where’s the sign-up sheet? I have to do something! This is horrible.”
Campus police were a constant presence. One officer debated with a couple Liberty students and did his best to defend choice. It was an unusual but welcome bonus. The officers, doing their job and standing near the display, allowed us to do ours and influence them with the pictures and our words.
We even had media before GAP:
- Police: Graphic images of abortion to be seen on Statesboro streets (story on truth trucks)
- Anti-abortion group: Graphic images to be displayed on Georgia Southern campus
A reporter from the Statesboro Herald interviewed several CBR members, students, and GSU staff. (If you can get the Statesboro Herald website to work,) You can read his article here:
One student said, “Disgusting! How can people do that?” Another commented, “I know the facts and while this is hard to see, I am glad you are here. People need to know what the word [abortion] means.”
One of the most encouraging responses: “Where’s the sign-up sheet? I have to do something! This is horrible.” Indeed.
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