Humans of UWL: Students for Life of America

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Humans of UWL: Students for Life of America

UWL senior Julia Tutton (left) and UWL sophomore Anne McMenomy (right) helped host the UWL Students for Life of America anti-abortion display by the clock tower this afternoon.

UWL senior Julia Tutton (left) and UWL sophomore Anne McMenomy (right) helped host the UWL Students for Life of America anti-abortion display by the clock tower this afternoon.

Sam Stroozas

UWL senior Julia Tutton (left) and UWL sophomore Anne McMenomy (right) helped host the UWL Students for Life of America anti-abortion display by the clock tower this afternoon.

Sam Stroozas

Sam Stroozas

UWL senior Julia Tutton (left) and UWL sophomore Anne McMenomy (right) helped host the UWL Students for Life of America anti-abortion display by the clock tower this afternoon.

Sam Stroozas, Executive Editor

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UWL senior Julia Tutton (left) and UWL sophomore Anne McMenomy (right) helped host the UWL Students for Life of America anti-abortion display by the clock tower this afternoon. Tutton said, “Today we’re hosting this display called ‘Life After Roe’, so we’re really hoping to start a dialogue with the federal court case Roe v. Wade and what life would look like after if it were overturned, but also about what life looked like before it came to the supreme court and what it’s done for women since then and what life would look like for women and for our communities and for our society if this was overturned.” Tutton went on to say that now is an important time to be talking about this because, “Roe v. Wade doesn’t allow our generation to have a voice. We can’t vote on what we want.” #humansofuwl

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