UCSF is the abortion training capital of the U.S. through their Ryan Residency program. They are also leading the way in fetal tissue experimentation, and we know from their recently cancelled contract with the NIH that they rely on late-term abortions of potentially viable fetuses through live dismemberment, and likely born alive infant organ extraction, in order to execute this research. Because this behavior goes unchecked by the UC System, because these acts against humanity are so egregious, and because the majority of democrats and millennials want late-term abortion restricted, it is imperative that we confront the Regents directly and demand justice on behalf of those victimized by this establishment.
On November 14th, the University of California Board of Regents will be gathering at UCSF's Mission Bay Campus. The Regents are the 26 people who organize and govern the entire UC system, including several elected officials such as the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Our Executive Director, Terrisa Bukovinac, had the opportunity to address the Regents at their most recent gathering in UCLA. Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis was present that day. Please see the videos of Terrisa's testimony and our protest below.
We are asking everyone to plan now to support Terrisa as she once again confronts the Board during public comment. It is crucial that the regents feel widespread pressure from the community to end fetal tissue experimentation on healthy, viable, late-term fetuses. This type of abortion extremism must be confronted. Afterwards, we will rally outside the chancellor's office with a clear message:
Live Dismemberment Must End and Chancellor Hawgood's Got To Go!
Join us the morning of Thursday, November 14th at the Mission Bay Conference Center. Click the button below to register and invite people on Facebook.