April 16, 2018

Positivity: Pro-Life Students at Hundreds of Schools Walk Out to Protest Babies Dying in Abortions

Filed under: Education,Life-Based News,Positivity,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 5:55 am

From Washington, via LifeNews.com:

APR 12, 2018, 10:12AM

Students at hundreds of schools across America walked out of their classrooms Wednesday to protest the violence committed every day against babies in the womb.

The event originated with Sacramento, California high school student Brandon Gillespie after his history teacher was suspended for talking with students about whether pro-life students would get the same support for their human rights concerns as those who engaged in the walkout regarding gun violence earlier this spring, according to Students for Life of America.

It did not.

While students at hundreds of high schools and colleges across the country held walk-outs Wednesday, their efforts received very little media attention. Some also faced obstacles from school administrators regarding the 17-minute protest.

“One principal tried to intimidate a student out of promoting his pro-life walkout,” according to Students for Life. The student told them: “My principal has proposed a compromise, he wants me to meet with the FCA and do a ‘meet at the pole’ at 8:30 so that ‘we don’t disrupt instruction.’ He also told me it doesn’t need to go to the media (I’ve already made a press release and sent it to local press.”

Gillespie said he did not receive the same accommodations from his school that those protesting gun violence did several weeks ago.

“I really was not surprised when they told me that they were not going to give me the accommodations and that they were not going to sanction this walkout as they did the previous one,” he said prior to the event. “It just confirms for me that there is a political double standard, at least in my school district, but I’m still going to be out there.”

His school administrators contend the gun violence protest was “viewpoint neutral,” while Gillespie’s pro-life protest was not. …

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