Press Release: Anti-Choice Project to Bring Abortion Victim Imagery to Wilson High School in Tacoma


Bremerton, Washington – February 25, 2014 – Beginning Wednesday, February 26, 2014, the Anti-Choice Project will be taking its enlarged 4′ x 3′ abortion victim photos to the public sidewalks bordering the campus of Woodrow Wilson High School in Tacoma, Washington.

Established in 2009, the Anti-Choice Project is a peaceful, all-volunteer, non-profit corporation which uses first and second trimester abortion victim images to educate the public about what abortion does to a baby.

Andrew St.Hilaire, Co-founder of the Anti-Choice Project noted that, “The record of public school officials in Washington State continues to be a moral outrage. In 2010 administrators at another Washington State high school helped a 15-year old girl receive a pass, get into a taxi, and obtain an abortion during school hours and without parental knowledge or consent ( Beyond simply refusing to educate students about the truth of abortion, administrators at Wilson High have gone one step further and silenced attempts made by students like Bryce to share this information amongst themselves. Starting Wednesday, February 26th we will be circumventing the censorship of staff and educating the students of Wilson High about the horror of abortion from the sidewalks outside their classrooms.”

“Very few Americans know what a first trimester abortion looks like,” said Anti-Choice Project co-founder, Tom Herring. “But for the 1,500 students and staff at Wilson High, that is about to change.”

Co-founder Andrew St.Hilaire added, “Some who profess a right to abortion say our pictures are too horrible to display in public. But if abortion really is a morally acceptable ‘choice’, why should a picture of it be so disturbing?”

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