Hampton Roads volunteers came to watch and pray, but it wasn’t long before we found them speaking with crowds of students!
A brave student opened the door for GAP at Old Dominion University (ODU), and because of you, we walked in. Special thanks to Knights of Columbus councils in the Hampton Roads community, who $upported the effort in a big way. In addition to finances, locals provided housing and meals for our traveling team.
To prepare KOC members and other local supporters for combat in the trenches, we held our Pro-Life Training Academy (PLTA) at the St. Benedict’s Church. Several PLTA students engaged large groups of students, articulating and defending the pro-life movement like pros!
ODU had about 6 out of 10 moonbats. Crowds fluctuated throughout each of the days. Towards the end of Day 2, the crowd grew larger and angrier, led by a few very loud students.
Jacqueline Hawkins is a CBR Project Director and a regular FAB contributor.