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 Brady's friend, Patrick, plastering the walkway with facts about abortion

Brady's friend, Patrick, plastering the walkway with facts about abortion

Brady Lendewig, a high school age Survivor who attended Survivors ProLife Training Camp this Summer in Santiago Canyon, took his activism training back home to Jesuit High in Sacramento, where he and the school's pro-life club received the OK from administration to chalk as much as they wanted. They chalked nearly his entire campus.  

"We got permission, and first we chalked 3,500 hearts in honor of the 3,500 hearts stopped by abortion every day.

 Three-thousand five-hundred hearts. A great conversation starter. 

Three-thousand five-hundred hearts. A great conversation starter. 

"The really amazing thing was that at lunch, everyone was talking. Not about, like, the chalk, but about abortion. Asking questions. Asking about the procedure and it being legal and babies. About how it effects women.

"This was the whole school, practically. I wandered around to listen. People weren't threatened by the messages -- but they really focused on them.  

 "I could do this every day." 

Can you say "pro-life generation?" Because Brady is it -- and this is the action that ends abortion! 

 Killing ain't no option. Give mother's a real option -- adoption!

Killing ain't no option. Give mother's a real option -- adoption!

You can watch Brady's own video update below, filmed on-site! Using social media to double the impact of your activism is easy -- Brady reached his school, and hundreds of others through Facebook and You-Tube with his event.

Take the challenge yourself -- September 5th is National ProLife Chalk Day. But September 25 is WEST COAST ProLife Chalk Day, and it's right around the corner!

Check out tips and slogans for your own chalking extravaganza here !