Controversial Anti-Abortion Exhibit Comes to University of South Florida on March 4th & 5th

Image/OpenClipartVectors

More than fifty student activists organized by anti-abortion group Created Equal will be displaying large, graphic abortion photos and prenatal images at University of South Florida on March 4-5th, 2020. This will be just one of the stops throughout Florida on Created Equal’s Justice Ride — a week-long event drawing inspiration from the Civil Rights era’s Freedom Rides.

Image/OpenClipartVectors

At other colleges we have faced problems with administration attempting to censor our content, police takings down our signs and violating our free speech rights, crowds of protestors, students stealing and vandalizing signs, our signs being thrown in the trash, and more.  Our display has garnered national and local media.

Who: Created Equal

What:  Anti-abortion display making the case that abortion is age discrimination.

Where: University of South Florida’s Campus, Cooper Library

When: From 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, March 4-5th, 2020

Created Equal is a national anti-abortion organization that focuses on training students to be pre-born defenders by using a traveling photo exhibit to show as many students as possible what abortion does to preborn children.  Placing abortion in the broader context of human equality, the project attempts to create debate on campus to influence America’s future decision-makers and leaders.

Be the first to comment on "Controversial Anti-Abortion Exhibit Comes to University of South Florida on March 4th & 5th"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*