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Queen's Alive: “Echoes of the Holocaust” Wednesday Evening!

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


"Echoes of the Holocaust - Is Abortion Comparable to Genocide?"
Wednesday, March 16 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Biosciences Complex, Queen's University, Room 1101

Queen’s Alive proudly presents Stephanie Gray, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-ethical Reform. Her discussion, ‘Echoes of the Holocaust’ compares abortion to various human rights violations throughout history.

We encourage members from both the pro-life and pro-choice communities to come out to this thought-provoking discussion, and participate in the Q&A that will follow Ms. Gray’s presentation.

A note on Step...hanie and CCBR:

Stephanie Gray is the co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform, and is recognised across North America as one of the best pro-life thinkers and debaters. Her activism has spread light about the issue of abortion internationally, and changed minds at large.

CCBR is widely recognised as one of the most active (and controversial) pro-life organizations in Canada, due to their use of graphic imagery to expose and confront the reality of abortion. If you've heard of a pro-life controversy over exposing abortion in the last few years (trucks in Calgary, debates being shut down in multiple Universities, students being threatened or arrested), CCBR has been at the forefront.

She is the woman that pro-choicers were afraid to debate, so don't miss this opportunity to see one of the brightest minds in the pro-life movement in action!

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: “Echoes of the Holocaust” Wednesday Evening!

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


"Echoes of the Holocaust - Is Abortion Comparable to Genocide?"
Wednesday, March 16 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Biosciences Complex, Queen's University, Room 1101

Queen’s Alive proudly presents Stephanie Gray, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-ethical Reform. Her discussion, ‘Echoes of the Holocaust’ compares abortion to various human rights violations throughout history.

We encourage members from both the pro-life and pro-choice communities to come out to this thought-provoking discussion, and participate in the Q&A that will follow Ms. Gray’s presentation.

A note on Step...hanie and CCBR:

Stephanie Gray is the co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform, and is recognised across North America as one of the best pro-life thinkers and debaters. Her activism has spread light about the issue of abortion internationally, and changed minds at large.

CCBR is widely recognised as one of the most active (and controversial) pro-life organizations in Canada, due to their use of graphic imagery to expose and confront the reality of abortion. If you've heard of a pro-life controversy over exposing abortion in the last few years (trucks in Calgary, debates being shut down in multiple Universities, students being threatened or arrested), CCBR has been at the forefront.

She is the woman that pro-choicers were afraid to debate, so don't miss this opportunity to see one of the brightest minds in the pro-life movement in action!

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: “Echoes of the Holocaust” Wednesday Evening!

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


"Echoes of the Holocaust - Is Abortion Comparable to Genocide?"
Wednesday, March 16 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Biosciences Complex, Queen's University, Room 1101

Queen’s Alive proudly presents Stephanie Gray, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-ethical Reform. Her discussion, ‘Echoes of the Holocaust’ compares abortion to various human rights violations throughout history.

We encourage members from both the pro-life and pro-choice communities to come out to this thought-provoking discussion, and participate in the Q&A that will follow Ms. Gray’s presentation.

A note on Step...hanie and CCBR:

Stephanie Gray is the co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform, and is recognised across North America as one of the best pro-life thinkers and debaters. Her activism has spread light about the issue of abortion internationally, and changed minds at large.

CCBR is widely recognised as one of the most active (and controversial) pro-life organizations in Canada, due to their use of graphic imagery to expose and confront the reality of abortion. If you've heard of a pro-life controversy over exposing abortion in the last few years (trucks in Calgary, debates being shut down in multiple Universities, students being threatened or arrested), CCBR has been at the forefront.

She is the woman that pro-choicers were afraid to debate, so don't miss this opportunity to see one of the brightest minds in the pro-life movement in action!

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: New York: Pro-Life Poster Taken Down

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


Thursday evening, a large poster mounted by pro-life organization Life Always, was removed from a billboard in SoHo Manhatten, New York due to complaints. The poster had the words “the most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb” written above a photograph of a young African American girl. The poster, half a mile from one of New York City’s three Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, also had Life Always’ website thatsabortion.com posted on it.
The city council acted quickly on the poster: it had only been up for two days before removal. The Wall Street Journal reported that African-American Brooklyn Council Member Leticia James, said the poster was an “affront” to all women. “It borders on racist, but all good people of conscience should be offended,” said James.

Tricia Fraser, mother of the girl model told NY Daily News that she was unaware that her daughter’s photograph would be used to portray this message, although she knew it would be used for advertising, and she was devastated to see the poster. “I’m happy that it’s [being taken down], but at the same time I’m concerned that they can use that image again.”

Life Always says in a released statement that it “strongly disagrees with Lamar Outdoor's decision to remove the billboard in Soho, but the billboard's message holds true, and truth has a place in the public square.”

Life Always also points out that in 2009, 59.82 percent of black pregnancies in New York City ended in abortion, and that twice as many African-Americans die as victims of abortion in the United States than from AIDS, cancer, violent crimes, heart disease, and accidents combined. “During Black History Month, we celebrate our history, but our future is in jeopardy as a genocidal plot is carried out through abortion,” said African-American Life Always Board Member Pastor Stephen Broden.

This censorship, coming just months after the arrest of five pro-life students at Carleton University for their GAP (Genocide Awareness Project) display, is a reminder of the stakes the pro-life cause have been raised to in North America. The pro-life movement needs to continue to break the silence and use our freedom of speech to get our message out. So much of the pro-life movement depends on educating people on life issues. If we do not continue to advocate for freedom of speech and raise our voices to defend the unborn, we will be silenced.

For more on the poster, read Rebecca Millette’s article at http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-life-ad-yanked-from-soho-ny-site-after-complaints

- Catherine Helferty

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: New York: Pro-Life Poster Taken Down

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


Thursday evening, a large poster mounted by pro-life organization Life Always, was removed from a billboard in SoHo Manhatten, New York due to complaints. The poster had the words “the most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb” written above a photograph of a young African American girl. The poster, half a mile from one of New York City’s three Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, also had Life Always’ website thatsabortion.com posted on it.
The city council acted quickly on the poster: it had only been up for two days before removal. The Wall Street Journal reported that African-American Brooklyn Council Member Leticia James, said the poster was an “affront” to all women. “It borders on racist, but all good people of conscience should be offended,” said James.

Tricia Fraser, mother of the girl model told NY Daily News that she was unaware that her daughter’s photograph would be used to portray this message, although she knew it would be used for advertising, and she was devastated to see the poster. “I’m happy that it’s [being taken down], but at the same time I’m concerned that they can use that image again.”

Life Always says in a released statement that it “strongly disagrees with Lamar Outdoor's decision to remove the billboard in Soho, but the billboard's message holds true, and truth has a place in the public square.”

Life Always also points out that in 2009, 59.82 percent of black pregnancies in New York City ended in abortion, and that twice as many African-Americans die as victims of abortion in the United States than from AIDS, cancer, violent crimes, heart disease, and accidents combined. “During Black History Month, we celebrate our history, but our future is in jeopardy as a genocidal plot is carried out through abortion,” said African-American Life Always Board Member Pastor Stephen Broden.

This censorship, coming just months after the arrest of five pro-life students at Carleton University for their GAP (Genocide Awareness Project) display, is a reminder of the stakes the pro-life cause have been raised to in North America. The pro-life movement needs to continue to break the silence and use our freedom of speech to get our message out. So much of the pro-life movement depends on educating people on life issues. If we do not continue to advocate for freedom of speech and raise our voices to defend the unborn, we will be silenced.

For more on the poster, read Rebecca Millette’s article at http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-life-ad-yanked-from-soho-ny-site-after-complaints

- Catherine Helferty

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: New York: Pro-Life Poster Taken Down

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.


Thursday evening, a large poster mounted by pro-life organization Life Always, was removed from a billboard in SoHo Manhatten, New York due to complaints. The poster had the words “the most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb” written above a photograph of a young African American girl. The poster, half a mile from one of New York City’s three Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, also had Life Always’ website thatsabortion.com posted on it.
The city council acted quickly on the poster: it had only been up for two days before removal. The Wall Street Journal reported that African-American Brooklyn Council Member Leticia James, said the poster was an “affront” to all women. “It borders on racist, but all good people of conscience should be offended,” said James.

Tricia Fraser, mother of the girl model told NY Daily News that she was unaware that her daughter’s photograph would be used to portray this message, although she knew it would be used for advertising, and she was devastated to see the poster. “I’m happy that it’s [being taken down], but at the same time I’m concerned that they can use that image again.”

Life Always says in a released statement that it “strongly disagrees with Lamar Outdoor's decision to remove the billboard in Soho, but the billboard's message holds true, and truth has a place in the public square.”

Life Always also points out that in 2009, 59.82 percent of black pregnancies in New York City ended in abortion, and that twice as many African-Americans die as victims of abortion in the United States than from AIDS, cancer, violent crimes, heart disease, and accidents combined. “During Black History Month, we celebrate our history, but our future is in jeopardy as a genocidal plot is carried out through abortion,” said African-American Life Always Board Member Pastor Stephen Broden.

This censorship, coming just months after the arrest of five pro-life students at Carleton University for their GAP (Genocide Awareness Project) display, is a reminder of the stakes the pro-life cause have been raised to in North America. The pro-life movement needs to continue to break the silence and use our freedom of speech to get our message out. So much of the pro-life movement depends on educating people on life issues. If we do not continue to advocate for freedom of speech and raise our voices to defend the unborn, we will be silenced.

For more on the poster, read Rebecca Millette’s article at http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-life-ad-yanked-from-soho-ny-site-after-complaints

- Catherine Helferty

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: Justin Bieber says: “Keep your baby, baby, baby ohhhh!”

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

Justin Bieber talks Sex, Canada and Abortion

This just in: Canadian teen and global pop icon Justin Bieber has given the world a new outlook on his smash hit “Baby”. As many of you may have already heard, Bieber recently expressed his pro-life views in an interview with an editor from The Rolling Stone. When asked about his views on the issue, Bieber replied, “I really don’t believe in abortion … it’s like killing a baby”. Even when questioned about abortion in cases of rape, Bieber holds firm to his views: “Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that”. I have included a link with further details from the interview for those of you who are interested in reading more.

Not only has this statement caused many pro-life individuals to come down with a serious case of “Bieber fever”, but it has created national waves and a great deal of criticism towards Bieber. As a pro-life university student, I have experienced first hand the judgment and disapproval from others for expressing my views in a country and academic environment that supposedly fosters the right to free speech and expression of opinion. This makes it difficult at times to stand up for what I believe in and whole-heartedly support the fundamental right to life. Therefore, I commend Bieber for confidently expressing his views on an immensely sensitive topic, and for doing it in the global spotlight. Not only will this spark a nationwide discussion on the issue of abortion, but it will get the younger generation thinking about the issue as well. I think any attention is good attention when it comes to the issue of abortion, and Justin Bieber just brought it to a whole new level. Thank you, Justin, and keep fighting the good fight!

Mary Stephen
Vice President – Queen’s Alive

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.

Queen's Alive: Justin Bieber says: “Keep your baby, baby, baby ohhhh!”

This post was written for Queen's Alive by Dauphin. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

Justin Bieber talks Sex, Canada and Abortion

This just in: Canadian teen and global pop icon Justin Bieber has given the world a new outlook on his smash hit “Baby”. As many of you may have already heard, Bieber recently expressed his pro-life views in an interview with an editor from The Rolling Stone. When asked about his views on the issue, Bieber replied, “I really don’t believe in abortion … it’s like killing a baby”. Even when questioned about abortion in cases of rape, Bieber holds firm to his views: “Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that”. I have included a link with further details from the interview for those of you who are interested in reading more.

Not only has this statement caused many pro-life individuals to come down with a serious case of “Bieber fever”, but it has created national waves and a great deal of criticism towards Bieber. As a pro-life university student, I have experienced first hand the judgment and disapproval from others for expressing my views in a country and academic environment that supposedly fosters the right to free speech and expression of opinion. This makes it difficult at times to stand up for what I believe in and whole-heartedly support the fundamental right to life. Therefore, I commend Bieber for confidently expressing his views on an immensely sensitive topic, and for doing it in the global spotlight. Not only will this spark a nationwide discussion on the issue of abortion, but it will get the younger generation thinking about the issue as well. I think any attention is good attention when it comes to the issue of abortion, and Justin Bieber just brought it to a whole new level. Thank you, Justin, and keep fighting the good fight!

Mary Stephen
Vice President – Queen’s Alive

Read the comments at the Queen's Alive website.