Nonprofit wants to ‘force a consensus’ on abortion

The Speaker’s Platform lawn was covered with large images of aborted fetuses Monday, sparking debate among Cal State Long Beach students.

The nonprofit organization Center for Bio-Ethical Reform visited CSULB for the first time to present the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP), a series of displays comparing abortion to, for example, war and the holocaust. There were also images of the Ku Klux Klan, Pearl Harbor and lynchings, while some photographs of aborted fetuses included coins for size comparison.

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