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Campus pro-life group’s signs ripped down twice in less than a month

Someone at The College of New Jersey doesn’t like representations of women with children.

The campus Students for Life chapter had their signs ripped down twice in less than a month, including a banner “showing a mother and her baby,” the national organization said this week.

Its “Graveyard for the Unborn” first got attacked a year ago:

On March 26th, the students reported that again the Graveyard had been attacked. Their Graveyard signs were ripped up and thrown in the trash. A few weeks later , TCNJ Students for Life student leader, Lea Fuscaldo, reported that yet another display was attacked. On April 18th, the group’s “Choose Life” banner had been ripped from the ground and stomped on.

In response, the group made flyers and posted them around campus asking opponents to allow them their right to speak: “Don’t let peer pressure keep you from voicing your beliefs!”

It also reported the vandalism to the Student Activities event coordinator.

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Greg spent several years as a technology policy reporter and editor for Warren Communications News in Washington, D.C., and guest host on C-SPAN’s “The Communicators.” He co-founded the alternative newspaper PUNCH and served as a reporter, editor and columnist for The Falcon at Seattle Pacific University.

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