CSULB Catholics Bring Pro-Life Advocates to Campus
April 8, 2015
“The signs and photos are graphically detailed with the intentions of getting students’ attention, said Christopher Page, vice president of the CNC.
“Human beings… are killed and then sucked out in pieces… and its perfectly legal…” Page said. “We have to get everyone’s attention, and these signs are appropriate.”
URGE plans to protest the Genocide Awareness Campaign for as long as they choose to stay at CSULB.
“Our goal is to get them banned from campus because of how uncomfortable it makes people feel,” said Karina Sarabia, a sophomore English education major and board member for URGE.”