Author: Blaise Alleyne

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.

The beginning of life isn’t controversial

It’s not controversial when life begins. Except for when we start talking about abortion, then people want to pretend it’s above their pay grade. I just came across this little snippet from the Globe about an institute at U of

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On the analogy between the debates about slavery and abortion in America

Over at Public Discourse, Nathaniel Peters offers a review of Justin Buckley Dyer’s analysis on Slavery, Abortion, and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning. It’s a deep dive into the way that the analogy between slavery and abortion plays out in

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Luis interviewed on TRUradio

Luis Dizon, Education Coordinator with UTSFL, was interviewed on TRUradio [listen from 93:30, interview last ~12 min] a couple weeks back, discussing recent political developments with Niki Ashton and Justin Trudeau. New Lifestyle Internet Radio with TRUradio on BlogTalkRadio

I think I’m ready for Something New

This couple took a photo a day through 9 months of pregnancy, and put the pictures to music — a song written by the father, Tom Fletcher.

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May “Choice” Chain

Yesterday, we held our May “Choice” Chain, and we’ll be continuing through the Summer and into next year. If you’re interested in getting involved with the UTSFL Activism Team to change hearts and minds about abortion and save the lives

Say #No2Niki and Motion 510

In Canada, the politics of abortion have involved a lot of meta-debate in recent years. We debate whether or not we should “reopen” the abortion debate. We debate whether party leaders can prevent MPs from “reopening” the debate. We debate

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Bake Sale in support of Aid to Women

On Monday March 24, we’re holding a Bake Sale fundraiser in support of Aid to Women from 10am-4pm in the Sidney Smith lobby. Come on by if you’re able to volunteer or bring baked goods, or even just to enjoy

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“Choice” Chain at U of T

Of all the days this week to pick to start our “Choice” Chain campaign at the University of Toronto, Wednesday’s snowstorm was less than ideal compared to the balmy Monday, Tuesday and Friday this week. But it wasn’t a snow

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[Video] Abortion Debate: Stephanie Gray vs. Dr. Fraser Fellows

We have uploaded video from our Life Week abortion debate between Stephanie Gray and Dr. Fraser Fellows on the question of whether abortion is harmful to women:

Life Week: November 4-8

We’re making next week Life Week at the University of Toronto! Look for us on campus! First, we’ll have a visible public presence on campus early in the week, with activism projects and information tables. If you’d like to help

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