Update 11/03/2009 Amazing recent story related to this one: During 40 days for life campaign a Planned Parenthood director watches ultrasound of an abortion and later quits job
Now back to the original post...
JillStanek.com has this excellent post below video reporting on an abortion awareness project at one of America's most liberal universities.
Concerning the graphic images below: Norma McCorvey the very Roe of Roe v. Wade who later found forgiveness in Christ said before a Senate committee: "I urge everyone who supports abortion to look at the bodies to face the truth of what they support."
Also, see New York Times features photographer of aborted babies on it's online Photography section and features a FAIR article on front page. and Breaking News: NBC and CBS actually air shows that are sympathetic to Pro-lifers and expose Government waste in Government ran Medicare which includes this moving scene.
Below post from JillStanek.com...
Victory: Abortion/Obama graphics displayed at liberal bastion Berkeley
Yesterday was a landmark day for abortion awareness when the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform was finally able to launch its Genocide Awareness Project at one of America's most liberal universities: University of CA at Berkeley.
In addition to this feat, GAP unveiled a new set of 28 signs "that not only show the truth of abortion, but also highlight the hypocrisy of our current President, who talks about justice but denies it to the most helpless of all," according to an email from CBR's Fletcher Armstrong. Click on all photos and signs to enlarge...
We had a vigorous protest against us; they chanted "Our body, our choice" for hours on end. It was awesome, because it attracted an enormous amount of attention to the display. While they chanted, we engaged thousands and thousands of students with the images of abortion. Several hundreds wanted to talk about abortion with our crack team of pro-life apologists!
The 1st hurdle was getting a brave student to sponsor GAP, which after years and years CBR finally did in Alberto Gonzalez, president of Berkeley Students for Life.
But the bigger hurdle was the Berkeley administration. I have been copied for months on emails of the hardball legal wrangling between CBR and Berkeley. Berkeley originally forbade CBR from erecting its display at Sproul Plaza, the same Sproul Plaza where only 10 months ago university administrators sponsored a huge event celebrating the inauguration of President Barack Obama...
As CBR director Gregg Cunningham wrote on the eve of the GAP unveiling, "We are about to host a very different sort of Obama event on Sproul Plaza. Same audience, same subject, different message."
Reported the Daily Californian on GAP's 1st day:
A pro-life demonstration on Sproul Plaza today featuring graphic photographs of aborted fetuses drew approximately 40 UC Berkeley students in a spontaneous counter-demonstration....
Graduate student Ameer Hasan said during a discussion with event organizer Walter Hoye that an image of an aborted fetus next to a quarter was inappropriate.
"You have a quarter, and the word 'liberty' and 'in God we trust' ... is that a coincidence?" he said. "There's a lot of things that went into the production of that photograph ... It draws emotions, not necessarily logic."
Hasan was speaking of this graphic. Was it illogical... or Hasan?
See a couple more photos of Gap Day 1 at Berkeley on page 2 as well as more new Obama/abortion signs. And don't forget to donate to CBR!
Walter Hoye is seen in the video an African American pro-life activist pastor seen next to first African American woman interviewed in video. For more on his inspiring story see links at: Pro-life pastor jailed and explains abortion to inmate who repents of his murder and turns to Christ.
Pastor released from jail early but leads 6 men to Christ and now has multiplied support for woman to make the choice of life outside clinic...
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. jailed Good Friday in 1963. Good Friday 46 years later another black man is jailed.
Jailed Pastor writes a letter from prison....
Audio interview of African American Pastor who walks out of court room after declaring he would not obey an unjust law appealing to the love of Christ