Monthly Archives: May 2009

LA Times And Others-CBR At Notre Dame

More stories continue to pour out of South Bend. ““I was expecting posters, trucks weren’t surprising, but to have a plane flying round the clock—really wasn’t expecting that,”  -Mihai Iancu, Notre Dame student. CBR continues to make Notre Dame students, and the country that is watching, think about abortion in a meaningful way.  In all the chaos, CBR’s pictures restore and keep meaning to the word abortion.     http://www.wndu.com/localnews/headlines/44951132.html   http://articles.latimes.com/2009/may/14/nation/na-obama-notredame14   Don  

Posted in News, Notre Dame

Glad You Are Here

From: Mewes, Br William Sent: Monday, May 04, 2009 1:51 PM To: Gregg Cunningham Subject: Glad I was glad to see your plane and banner flying around Notre Dame. I was surprised that it got here way before graduation weekend. The same goes for the picture trucks. This was well covered on the local Fox TV news the other night at 10:00 p.m., but they covered all the pictures. Keep up your good work! Brother Bill On May 4, 2009, at 2:41 PM, Gregg Cunningham wrote: Dear Brother Bill, Thank you for your kind and encouraging note.  We don’t receive many messages of that sort from

Posted in Endorsements, Notre Dame

Ethics Of CBR’s Abortion Imagery Acquisition

Recently we received an inquiry from a person regarding the ethics and morals of the process by which CBR has acquired its abortion imagery.  This topic is an important one and that is why we share this discussion below: Dear Mr. Cunningham, I am considering purchasing some of your signs for a public demonstration to protest abortion in Massachusetts.  However, before I do so I would like to ask you where your organization got the pictures of aborted babies that you are selling.  I was reading something on the internet that said that at least one of the pictures your organization

Posted in Abortion Images, Prolife Activism

DISTURBING PICTURES USED TO FIGHT SLAVERY

One of the most stunning insights we gained during our recent project at Notre Dame was the almost total lack of any sense of history among faculty and students regarding the use of disturbing pictures to achieve social reform. 

Posted in Abortion Images, Prolife Activism, Social Reform