Pro Life on Campus at the University of Georgia
One of our favorite places to carry the pro-life message is the University of Georgia. We always get huge crowds, and today was no different.
The center-piece and magnet for our presentation was obviously the Pro Life on Campus GAP display on Tate Plaza. But that was just the beginning.
Add to that a poll table, in this case staffed by Toby Tatum of Georgia Right to Life. Using a simple question, “Should abortion remain legal?”, Toby was able to engage a steady stream of students
Add to that a table-top display by the Athens Pregnancy Center. Add to that a table-top display by Deeper Still, a post-abortion counseling ministry.
Add to that our Free Speech Board, where students are invited to write their comments. We (along with other students) write responses. For example, a student wrote, “Don’t judge people! You never know why they decided abortion was right for them.” I responded, “Let’s see if this works … ‘Don’t judge people. You never know why they decided owning slaves was right for them.”
Catherine Davis of Georgia Right to Life, Director of Minority Outreach at GRTL, drew huge crowds as she described how abortion providers target minoirity communities.
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