Pro-Life Students Arrested For “Black Preborn Lives Matter” Chalking… Now They’re Suing The City

Pro-Life Students Arrested For “Black Preborn Lives Matter” Chalking… Now They’re Suing The City


The city of Washington, D.C. will be brought to court for alleged First Amendment violations.

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) filed a lawsuit this week on behalf of Students for Life of America (SFLA) and the Frederick Douglass Foundation after pro-life students were arrested for legally writing their message on the streets of the District of Columbia in August.

While a whole plaza is named and permanently painted with “Black Lives Matter” (BLM), pro-life students were barred from writing “Black Preborn Lives Matter” in chalk outside of a Planned Parenthood building, despite the fact that they’d received a permit to do so from the city.

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The students’ chalk message,“Black Preborn Lives Matter,” served to address the fact that unborn children of minority mothers have a higher likelihood of being aborted, according to this Supreme Court amicus curiae brief.

According to SFLA, the group had obtained a permit from the city to peacefully protest with the use of temporary paint on

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