The Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) at the University of Houston
The GAP was on display at the main campus of the University of Houston Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The Center for Bioethical Reform brought the display and they were invited by the pro-life group on campus, the Pro-life Cougars.
The Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) is a traveling photo-mural exhibit which compares the contemporary genocide of abortion to historically recognized forms of genocide. It visits university campuses around the country to show as many students as possible what abortion actually does to unborn children and get them to think about abortion in a broader historical context. To read more go to http://www.abortionno.org/gap.html. In light of the fact that Planned Parenthood has planted their giant late-term abortion center right down the street from their main campus, this is the perfect time to dialogue with U of H students about what abortion is and how it destroys lives. And that is exactly what happened! Large numbers of students gathered everyday to view the display and dialogue with the pro-life students who manned it. Their calm and educated responses were the perfect contrast to the very vocal and angry pro-abortion students who gathered to protest. In fact, several times the pro-abortion students actually surrounded the display and held their make shift signs up in an effort to keep other students from viewing it.