Changing minds about murder in the womb

Tuesday, November 20, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

I am the pro-life generationYoung pro-life activists are addressing the topic of abortion, and changing minds, on campuses across the Unites States.

Created Equal was founded in 2011 by Mark Harrington and Seth Drayer with the idea of providing young people with the skills to answer questions about abortion and defend principles of the pro-life movement one-on-one on campuses.

Harrington says their latest project, Road Trip for Life, visited about 30 college campuses and 20 high schools in 40 days.

"And in 40 days," he tells OneNewsNow, "we had 717 students change their minds on the spot after viewing abortion victim photography video."

The longtime pro-life leader credits well-trained activists and their use of graphic, no-nonsense visuals for spurring conversation and changing minds.

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