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Police kick pro-life protester unconscious, break another’s jaw

The The Indianapolis Star has an article about police violence against Operation Rescue demonstrators: “Indianapolis police hope to handle the situation [of the Operation Rescue demonstrators] with more finesse than Atlanta police used in their city, where over 400 demonstrators were arrested … Continue reading

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Women took part in the Rescue movement

The Rescue movement took place in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Large crowds of people would block abortion clinic entrances and try to prevent women from going in. Pro-abortion rhetoric at the time claimed that pro-lifers were men threatened by … Continue reading

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Juli Loesch on Operation Rescue and nonviolence

Juli Loesch, who helped organize sit ins with Operation Rescue, describes the organization’s commitment to nonviolence: “Operation Rescue has a serious commitment to nonviolence: participants sign a pledge to refrain from engaging in verbal exchanges with abortion–bound women, clinic staffers, hecklers, … Continue reading

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