GAP at March For Life “Stuns”, “Silences” and Activates Pro-Lifers
From: email removed
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2010 3:21 AM
To: Gregg Cunningham
My name is John*. I am a deacon in the Catholic Church and [in leadership at a seminary school]. I encountered your GAP display at the March for Life in Washington DC in January as I walked with my daughter. Her stunned silence and her insistence that we stop to carefully review the display was a powerful moment and demonstrated to me the enormous potential of your project. I would like to discuss linking your site to the [our schools bio-ethics center resources and other ideas].
I would like to discuss this with you at your convenience.
On Feb 11, 2010, at 4:37 PM, Gregg Cunningham wrote:
Dear Mr. Smith*,
Thank you for the offer to link your excellent website to ours and for passing along the encouraging story about your daughter’s reaction to our March For Life photo exhibit. We would be honored to have you link to us. You might also be interested to know that the major pro-life organizations involved in the March for Life have fought us tooth-and-nail in an effort to prevent us from displaying our photo signs anywhere near the March. They don’t want the marchers upset. We believe that the marchers aren’t upset enough! A high percentage return home and do little or nothing to stop abortion till the next March for Life. Our prayer is that our photos may prick the consciences of those who need to understand that we have little hope of outlawing this terrible injustice as long as there are vastly more people working full-time to kill babies than there working full-time to save them.
The Center For Bio-Ethical Reform
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