At the University of North Florida in Jacksonville

Keturah:

“I asked a girl named Anna what she thought about abortion; she said she wasn’t really sure. We discussed human rights, and she agreed at the end that abortion is a human rights violation. I asked her about difficult circumstances, and she said, ‘No, I can’t say that there’s any situation, even sexual assault; the child is still a child.’”

At the University of Central Florida in Orlando

Brittany:

“I had a very long conversation with someone. We went through every argument and I could not recover him from the position that a human begins at cognitive awareness. However, as we talked, two other gentlemen stopped by and listened and chimed in near the end, saying I was the one who made sense and they were now pro-life. One of them signed up to get involved.”

At Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton

Rachel:

“I had a conversation with two students. The girl shook my hand and thanked me for being here to tell everyone about abortion. She started to cry, and the guy told me their parents often joke about abortion and that they are just lucky to be alive.”

At Florida International University in Miami

Carolyn:

“I spoke with a guy who said he was pro-life. I asked, ‘In every situation?’ He said not in case of overpopulation and sexual assault. We talked about both and then I asked him, ‘Now would you say that you are 100% pro-life?’ and he said ‘Yes!’”

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