University of Alabama officials recently removed an anti-abortion display, which they claimed contained “offensive” material.
The group Bama Students for Life put the display up on Jan. 17.
According to Campus Reform, the display included two photos of aborted babies and the words: “Not Safe, Not Rare, Just Legal.” The display also stated, “56 million human beings have been aborted since Roe V. Wade.”
After the display was taken down on Feb. 6, Claire Chretien, President of Bama Students for Life, spoke to Donna Lake, Event Coordinator at the school.
Chretien also recorded Lake (video below), but it's not clear if Lake knew she was being filmed.
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Lake explained that students were offended by the graphic display, and added, "You guys were lucky to get it up there as long as you did."
The Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian pro-life law firm, has written a complaint letter to the university on behalf of Bama Students for Life that demands the display be put back up and an apology be issued for taking it down.