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On famous college campus, 'Death' group harassing views of 'Life'

On famous college campus, 'Death' group harassing views of 'Life'


On famous college campus, 'Death' group harassing views of 'Life'

A college pro-life student group is being harassed by fellow abortion-supporting students who borrowed the group’s name to form the “Tribe of Death.”

According to The College Fix, the "pro-abortion” and "anti-pregnancy" group mainly utilizes Instagram to post vile images and messages meant to harass and bully their fellow students. Those pro-life activists formed “Tribe for Life” on the campus of William and Mary, the historic public college located in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Hawkins touring college campuses with pro-life message

Pro-life student group Students for Life is making a tour of college campuses with the next stop at Mississippi State University.

"It's going to be the second stop on my national spring tour,” says Kristan Hawkins, who leads the national organization. “And my speech will be entitled, ‘No woman stands alone in the post-Roe America.’”

Hawkins, Kristan (Students for Life) Hawkins

Hawkins says it’s a timely visit to The Magnolia State given the coming U.S. Supreme Court decision Dobbs v Women's Health Organization. That pending landmark case comes from Mississippi’s law banning most abortions after 15 weeks.

Students for Life is visiting almost 200 campuses in the spring semester of classes.

“Every single day that we're on campus,” she tells AFN, “minds are being changed, and I'm hearing and seeing those reports."

Tribe for Life is a student chapter of the national Students for Life organization.

Hannah Wolfe, a spokesperson for the national Students for Life, tells AFN the “Death” group is mocking fellow students on campus and the pro-life movement itself.

Beyond that, she says, the pro-life group has told its opponents that women are most at risk from the harassment because “Life” exists to help them.

"The Tribe of Death account on Instagram,” Wolfe says, “would possibly make it really traumatic and difficult for women who have had abortions or in a difficult, unplanned pregnancy."

The College Fix reported it reached out to Tribe of Death numerous times for comment but never received a response.