We are in beautiful Florida, although we are not here for the sun. We are here to change minds.
The Genocide Awareness Project at Florida State University raised quite a stir. The opposition assembled in full force, producing not only signs bearing their support for Planned Parenthood and "choice" but also bed sheets spray painted with various slogans. They not only raised their voices to try to silence our message but also produced various instruments and shared with us their unique vocal qualities as we sought to engage students in discussions of abortion and morality.
To get a peek into what we faced, watch this video caught and edited by Alex Holzbach, the student leader who both made it possible for GAP to take place at FSU and is going to carry on the movement now that we've gone:
If this video were the only one I had to show, perhaps I would be discouraged after moving on from this campus to do it all over again. One would perhaps be justified in supposing our productivity was limited by the protesters.