Georgetown University, a Roman Catholic institution, played host to a series of pro-abortion events last week. Here’s a brief excerpt from the description of events:
H*yas for Choice is hosting its seventh annual Choice Week. This year’s theme, “My Choice, My Voice,” is about both women’s right to reproductive choice and free speech on campus.
“My Choice, My Voice” is a nod to the work H*yas for Choice has done this year in regards to the University’s speech and expression policy,” Laura Narefsky (COL ’14), President of H*yas for Choice, told Vox. “This issue has gone quiet in the last few weeks, and we want to remind both students and administrators that we are not done fighting for rights of expression on campus.”
The Catholic church teaches that abortion is an immoral form of killing. Yet last week’s events included various event designed to promote access to abortion and even a free university shuttle ride to a Planned Parenthood rally outside the Supreme Court.
Read more about Georgetown’s “Choice Week” here.