“At the time of writing the event registration page has been locked, though it was initially open to the public.”
Emory University is affiliated with the Methodist Church. Are they aware this is happening?
Campus Reform reports:
Emory workshop promotes abortion advocacy
Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health is hosting a series of events that teach college students abortion advocacy “from both local and global perspectives.”
The “GEMMA Community Workshop” is set to take place next week over the course of three days, and with 17 hours of total lecture time. “GEMMA” stands for “Global Elimination of Maternal Mortality from Abortion” and is fund-awarding program affiliated with Emory.
At the time of writing the event registration page has been locked, though it was initially open to the public. Before the page was password protected, one would have to answer a series of short questions and await approval by an administrator to receive a registration link.
Planned Parenthood is collaborating with Emory and other Atlanta metro area institutions, including Georgia State University, to promote “abortion-related knowledge” and “de-stigmatization.”
Promotional materials for the event encourage student attendance so they “learn public health fundamentals about abortion” and “increase [their] knowledge of abortion stigma and advocacy.”
According to the event’s webpage, the three-day seminar is based on a graduate course offered by the school which they claim is “very popular.” Students and “community stakeholders” are among the groups invited to attend.
Emory is formally affiliated with the United Methodist Church and hosts one of just 13 seminaries that are recognized by the church.
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