CHICAGO - Saturday, activists held life-affirming signs on the bridges, streets and sidewalks surrounding the Family Planning Associates Medical Group, located at 659 W. Washington in Chicago.
"Know all your options," one sign on a bus challenged women considering aborting their babies up to 23.5 weeks at the facility, which opened in 1988.
Prolife teens used sidewalk chalk to write messages like "Mom? What if I had your eyes?"
"Pro-choice clinic escorts (in yellow/green vests) actually volunteer to censor pro-lifers from giving women free access to choices other than abortion. IMO, they totally overreacted when they called the police because these pro-life teens used regular sidewalk chalk to write POSITIVE life-affirming messages on the public sidewalk," Chris Iverson, who participated in the effort wrote on his Facebook page.
"After the police opted to pass on this being an issue - being professional as they are and exercising good judgment - escorts used water and brooms to erase the messages."
Photos by Chris Iverson