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  • Fresno State anti-abortion group had its sidewalk messages erased

    Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them in May 2017. In the video, Greg Thatcher, assistant professor of public health, tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group says they had permission to create the message.

Fresno State anti-abortion group had its sidewalk messages erased

Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them in May 2017. In the video, Greg Thatcher, assistant professor of public health, tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group says they had permission to create the message.
Fresno State Students for Life