Coverage in The Varsity from Street Festival activism

Yesterday, we made abortion impossible to ignore at U of T, making the victims visible to thousands and having countless conversations about science of when life begins and the ethics of abortion. Abortion is a human rights violation, and we are determined to educate the entire University of Toronto community about the injustice in order to end the killing.

The Varsity published an article about our activism, including a photo of the demonstration: screenshot of front page article about UTSFL

UTSFL Education Coordinator Blaise Alleyne defended the anti-abortion protest, arguing that “abortion is a human rights violation that ends the life of an innocent human being.”

“We’re here with photos as evidence of that, and to have civil conversation with people about human rights,” said Alleyne.

Want to help us to end the killing at U of T? Get involved with our activism team!

Blaise Alleyne is the Education Coordinator of UTSFL. He has been a member of the club since 2005, serving previously as Technology Officer. Blaise has completed a B. Sc. in Computer Science, English and Philosophy, and is currently a part-time graduate student at Regis College. Blaise's posts on this website are available under a libre Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence.

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