Blaise Alleyne is a pro-life activist, technologist, musician, and public speaker. Growing up pro-life by default, he became convicted that abortion is a human rights violation when researching the issue and the gruesome details of partial birth abortion in high school.
Blaise has volunteered in the pro-life movement since joining the University of Toronto Students for Life in 2005, where he participated in CCBR's Abortion Awareness Project annually and witnessed hearts and minds change on abortion. Trained by CCBR at the University of Toronto, and after volunteering for "Choice" Chain in Toronto and Ottawa, he participated in the Florida Abortion Awareness Project in 2013 and attended CCBR's Crash Course in 2015.
With training and experience changing hearts and minds on abortion through CCBR's projects, Blaise started the U of T Students for Life activism team in 2013 to run regular "Choice" Chains around the University of Toronto, exposing the injustice of abortion throughout downtown Toronto. In 2016, he founded the Toronto Against Abortion project, expanding these efforts to defend pre-born human rights to other GTA campuses and neighbourhoods.
Blaise currently volunteers as the Education Coordinator for the University of Toronto Students for Life, and the President of Toronto Right to Life. Since 2016, Blaise has been working as the Toronto Outreach Director for the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform.
Blaise graduated from the University of Toronto in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science, English and Philosophy. He is currently completing a Master of Theological Studies at Regis College at the University of Toronto. He is the co-author of CCBR's book, A Guide to Discussing Assisted Suicide.