Horror! Georgetown Law Class Required to Work for Pro-Abortion Lobby

I've been covering colleges for quite a while now. This one shocked even me when I discovered it.

A class at Georgetown University’s law school scheduled for next semester will have students working with a pro-abortion rights advocacy organization, taught by that organization’s senior counsel, Kelli Garcia. Garcia, a radical pro-abortion rights lawyer, wrote the poem titled, “Planned Parenthood, Why Do I Love Thee?” in 2011. The poem was part of a larger effort by Garcia and her group to halt the potential defunding of Planned Parenthood, which is the nation’s largest abortion provider.

You can read all about it at Catholic Education Daily.



  1. creepy. sleezy. and a great lesson for a young Catholic lawyer to-be.

    How to stand up to this and perhaps mount an argument against this (the required praticipation in the project or the overall pro-abortion advocacy).

  2. Unfortunately, Cdl. Wuerl, were he motivated to get involved, would be told by the university President to go pound sand. The same would happen to the Superior General of the Jesuits, and even to the most highly-ranked Jesuit himself.

    Dave P.

  3. This derivative princess-me-me-me-verse would embarrass an 8th-grader; it is derivative and hardly scans. The unhappy professor is more proficient at murdering babies than in writing poetry.

  4. And it's all the fault of those public-school teachers.

  5. These people have to be hit where they live. The best way to do that is to demand civil rights for the unborn, especially the female unborn. Use that language, it's what they understand. Civil rights is so dear to them, except when they belong to unborn babies.


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