Activism, Campus Activism, Street Activism, Genocide Awareness Project, Reproductive "Choice" Campaign, Postcard Project

Do I even make a difference?

By Attila Varszegi

Ending the killing--With Dependence

By Colin Byl

This past February, while doing the Human Rights Project in Florida, I had an interaction with a protestor that ended in a perspective shift. However, it wasn’t the pro-choicer that changed her mind, it was me—in a way that I never will forget.

The lives we'll never know

By Christian Naggar

One of the projects that the CCBR interns participate in is standing roadside banner. The project involves holding large signs with images of aborted children on them by the side of the road, rain or shine. We seldom have a chance to engage in conversation with people driving or walking by, so, needless to say, this is not one of our favourite projects to take part in.

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The pro-life activist's 'why'

Tikvah Gilman

“Why are you here?”

“Why are you doing this?”

Needing someone to talk to: Family first

By Justina Van Manen

There have been many posts in my news feed recently about Stephanie Gray’s GoogleTalk, so I decided to check it out. Stephanie was, as usual, fantastic, and the video has gotten over 40 000 hits so far. Different conservative news sites were gloating over the fact that her talk has received more than forty times the amount of attention that Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards’ interview on Google has received so far, despite Richards’ interview being published months earlier. So I gave Richards’ video the boost of an extra view.

Run or stay?

By Maria McCann

Through a different lens: A lesson in empathy

If you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you'll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” ~ Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird 

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Who are we fighting for?

By Kerri-ann Brouwer

My alarm went off at 5:45 am this morning. I rolled over sleepily, wishing for just a few more minutes in bed. I quickly grabbed an apple, yogurt, and some leftover supper in a Rubbermaid container from the fridge and rushed out the door, just in time to leave by 6:30 am. 

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Meet the interns: Cindy Corrales

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Realizing that abortion is real and wrong motivated me to join the pro-life movement but realizing that I can do something effective to change our culture is what motivates me to keep going. I know that if we all work very hard and more people join us we will make abortion unthinkable within a few years!!

Meet the interns: Emily Johnson

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

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