And in California, no less.
University of California-San Francisco published a guide for people to help convince pregnant women to have abortions.
Apparently, women who have abortions need emotional support, which spurred UMass-Amherst to host an event for training doulas to emotionally support women who had abortions.
That’s what a high school teacher learned in California when she tried to have a class discussion on the student walkouts to protest guns.
College Democrats at George Washington University fundraised for Planned Parenthood, a pro-abortion organization, and raised about $4,000.
Conservative students at Lone Star College, supported by the legal efforts of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), are suing the college for revoking their club status over posting a video of their debate on abortion.
Because mere abortion-on-demand is too pro-life a position for them.
The FBI is reviewing claims that the University of New Mexico violated laws on the books regarding the obtaining of body parts for research.
Abortion activists toured five states and went to eleven college campuses and had slogans such as “I got ninety-nine problems but pregnancy ain’t one” in their push to get rid of the Hyde Amendment.
From Campus Reform: St. Catherine University, a two-campus Catholic school in Minnesota, sent two busloads of students to the pro-abortion Women’s March-Minnesota on Saturday. “On Saturday, Jan. 21, nearly 100 members of the University community…