Protest group rallies against Christian, anti-abortion display

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Hundreds of University of Texas-Arlington students have signed on to a petition to remove a memorial display of 2,900 small Christian crosses set up by a pro-life campus group.

The Pro-Life Mavericks put up the display at Central Library Mall, Campus Reform reported. The group arrived at the figure 2,900 because that’s the number of abortions reportedly performed each day.

But protesters said the women who aborted their babies aren’t necessarily Christian, and therefore the cross display is inappropriate.

“Every cross is supposed to represent an unborn child, but not necessarily every child that is aborted is Christian and therefore they’re being culturally insensitive, especially since we’re the fifth most diverse campus in America,” said sophomore Ashley Radovcich, to Campus Reform.

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