Abortion Dialogue on Campus: Outreach Stories and Trends – Part 2

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Josh and Emily share interesting stories from their last two semesters of campus outreach, and some of the trends they’re noticing among pro-choice college students.

This is part two of the series, and includes the story of protesters apologizing to us, why we might change the way we promote Emily’s speeches, the creative ways the pro-choice students at St. Olaf are now countering our outreaches there, an innovative pro-life response to a Jainist, and an improved response to people who bite the squirrel bullet! Then they discuss trends and recommendations for future pro-life outreaches.

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