Monday, March 28, 2005

From the NY Times, March 28, report on Terri Schaivo:

Two women from New York City arrived late in the afternoon with blank sheets of poster board that they intended to emblazon with the messages "Leave the Dark Ages in History" and "We Need Morality, But Not 'Traditional' Morality."

One of the women, Sunsara Taylor, a spokeswoman for the Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade, said she and her colleague, Debra Sweet, an abortion rights activist, intended to spend two days at the site, to make sure "the other side" is heard.

"What we intend to say is that we don't want to live in a theocracy," Ms. Taylor said. "We don't want to creep towards Christian fascism in this country."

Ms. Sweet said she recognized several people from protests outside abortion clinics around the country. "This is their whole life," she said.

posted by Sunsara Taylor at 3:22 PM

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