In the spring of 2017, I was a sophomore at Fresno State University in California. Like many of my peers, I had personal, educational and professional aspirations. I didn’t have much money, but I did have a desire to finish my college education and reach my goals.
While on campus one day, I visited a pro-life information table, where students were handing out 12-week fetal models. The model showed that each child at that stage has arms, legs, fingers, toes and all the facial features of any human being. At the time, I did not consider myself either pro-life or pro-choice, but I liked the model, so I took one and displayed it on the rearview mirror in my car.