Anti-Abortion Display Held At IPFW

By Scott Sarvay

November 1, 2010 Updated Nov 1, 2010 at 11:26 AM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - A group called the "Genocide Awareness Project" has erected a controversial anti-abortion exhibit to the IPFW campus.

We want to warn you, some of these images may be disturbing to more sensitive viewers.

The project is a traveling photo display, on the Science Mall on campus.

The exhibit equates abortion to historical genocide, and the project's campus director hopes the pictures prompt dialogue.

Campus Training Outreach Director Seth Drayer says, “These images are here because we believe throughout history that images change people's mind. We want to go beyond the images and have actual conversations with them and dialogue, and discuss with them what is right or wrong. Is abortion right or is it wrong?

The exhibit will be on display through Tuesday afternoon.




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