Where to Go with Roe: Taking a Second Look

Pop quiz:

  1. Is abortion on demand the unchangeable law of the land?
  2. Does the American public overwhelmingly support the 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, or its companion case Doe v. Bolton?
  3. Does abortion actually provide pregnant women with more “choices”

If your answer is to any of these is “yes” you may be surprised to learn you’ve been misinformed, and a conference being held at CMU is just what you need.

Deirdre McQuade, Director of Planning and Information and spokeswoman for the USCCB’s Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities will address:

  • common myths about Roe v. Wade
  • the current Supreme Court partial-birth abortion case
  • ways to make campus more welcoming to pregnant and parenting students
  • resources for women and men hurt by abortion

With public support for Roe at a 30-year low, it’s time to ask: “Have we gone too far? Maybe it’s time to give abortion a second look.”

WHERE:Doherty Hall, room 2210 on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University
WHEN:Tuesday, October 10th, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Mrs. McQuade doesn’t want to speak in an echo chamber, so bring a friend, or anyone you think of, especially if they support the continued legality of abortion.

Comments 1

  1. joshua wrote:

    I am also pro-life. Shame that people kill others.

    Posted 13 Oct 2006 at 10:12 am

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