Terrisa here with a very important national call to action! In addition to working with Secular
Pro-Life I also run a grassroots activist organization in San Francisco, arguably the most
pro-choice culture in our nation. The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a real life
American Horror Story and my organization, Pro-Life San Francisco, is shining a much needed
spotlight on their role in promoting abortion across the globe. UCSF is the late-term abortion
training capital of the US, the world’s most politically motivated medical institution on abortion
expansion, and facilitator of some of the most grotesque experiments involving human fetal
tissue on the planet.
For the past several years UCSF has engaged in performing late-term abortions and then using
the victims’ remains (between the ages of 18-24 weeks) for “medical research”—an age when
many could be cared for in the NICU. Because the poison intended to ensure fetal demise
would compromise the tissue quality, these abortions could only be done through a live
dismemberment or medical induction likely resulting in infants born alive. They are a house of
horrors and their crimes against humanity must be confronted. Even most Millennials and Democrats agree: Live dismemberment for medical research must end!
On Friday, September 6, join Pro-Life SF, Kern County Right to Life, Let Them Live, Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust,
and Students for Life of America as we rally to call up the Board of Regents, Chancellor Sam
Hawgood, and OB/GYN Department Chair Amy Murtha to end the brutal and unjust destruction
of the youngest and most vulnerable members of our community. Speakers include Marylee
Shrider, SPL’s own Nick Reynosa, Emily Berning, Cheryl Conrad, and more!
For more information, see this recent op-ed I co-authored with the amazing White Coat Waste
Project’s Alyssa Hackbarth.
The rally is free and family-friendly. We will have police escorts. All ages welcome! Register here. Also, check out our statewide pro-life activist conference at UC Berkeley the next day, September 7!
Tickets are available here.