It’s a Girl Documentary Film Screening

Brock Life-line is hosting a screening of ‘It’s a Girl’ at Brock University on Friday March 8th at 7pm. It will be held in Thistle 247. It is open to students and public. Please invite friends and family!

Here is a link to the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/547773871929351/?ref=3

Scott Klusendorf at Brock University

Scott Klusendorf

Scott Klusendorf, president of Life Training Institute, will speak in defence of the pro-life position at Brock University on Tuesday, February 28, 2012. The talk is free of charge and all are invited to attend. The event will take place in Welsh Hall 324 from 7:00pm to 8:45pm.

For details on the location of Welsh Hall please consult the Brock University campus map (Welsh Hall is #3). Parking rates are $6 per entry in D Lot (across from Welsh Hall) or $2.50 per hour in P Lot (beside Walker Complex) and throughout the campus.

If you have any questions concerning the event please leave them in the comment section below. We look forward to seeing you there!

A Debate on Abortion

Do basic human rights apply at conception? Should a woman have the right to choose what happens to her body? Feminist Action Collective member Elyse Blair McCreadie will debate Brock Students For Life member James Carnegie on the controversial topic of abortion. Participants will be given a chance to pose their own questions to either side. All in attendance are asked to conduct themselves in a respectful manner despite differences of opinion.

Tuesday, January 24th, 8:15pm TH240, Brock University
Part of the Brock University Pen Share Workshop Series 2012

Stephanie Gray “Echoes of the Holocaust”

Stephanie Gray

On Friday, March 11, 2011, Brock Students For Life will be hosting Stephanie Gray from the Canadian Centre For Bio-Ethical Reform to do a public presentation entitled “Echoes of the Holocaust.”

While no two atrocities are identical, comparisons—that identify
similarities—can often be made. When a reporter who covered the crisis in
Bosnia in the 1990’s asked Walter Reich, director of the Holocaust
Memorial Museum, if the phrase “echoes of the holocaust” was appropriate
to describe what was going on, Reich replied, “Yes, very loud echoes.” Do
we continue to experience “echoes of the holocaust” today? Is the claim
that abortion is comparable to the holocaust accurate or appalling?

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