Check out our outreach manual and contact us so we can send you signs! We are also available for trainings and guided outreach if you want to learn how to defend

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We do not target areas with children. Nevertheless, there are sometimes children on college campuses and in downtown squares where we take our signs. It is possible that a child

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We do not deny the emotional anguish brought upon post-abortive individuals by abortion images. However, these images are not the actual source of the anguish. They are merely reminders of

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Abortion images do not disrespect preborn children—their victimization does. Efforts against poverty use images of malnourished children. Media present footage of dead civilians in war-torn countries. Holocaust memorials display photographs

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Fetal development imagery—especially with new technologies, such as 3D and 4D ultrasound—serve a valuable role in educating the public about the nature of the preborn. For that reason, we do

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It is possible to have a conversation about abortion without showing photos. However, this would be an incomplete presentation of the evidence. The images are not examples of exceptional barbarity.

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Every spring, one Justice Ride visits key college campuses in Florida. However, other routes have varied from the Midwest to tracing cities featured on the original Freedom Rides of the

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The Justice Rides are led by Created Equal’s staff, interns, and veteran Justice Riders.

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Yes. The first step of the Justice Ride week is Created Equal’s workshop: “Becoming Preborn Defenders.” This interactive training equips new members in both what to say (the case for

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The Justice Ride fee is $300, unless you apply after the cut-off date. Email Contact@CreatedEqual.org for details. The fee covers transportation during the week, lodging, and most meals.

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