13
September
2016
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04:50 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Center for Bio-Ethical Reform – Anti-Abortion Display on Campus

The University has been made aware that on Sep. 12 & 13 the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) will be conducting a presentation which is called the Genocide Awareness Project on our campus. The content of the exhibit can be viewed at the CBR website www.AbortionNO.org. This presentation is a graphic anti-abortion display.

This presentation is not a university sponsored presentation.

Members of our campus community may find this content disturbing and offensive; however, the group’s right to present this display on campus is protected under the First Amendment. At Cal State San Marcos we have established policies and regulations aimed at preserving the learning environment, and to ensure that individuals and groups exercising their legitimate rights do not infringe upon the rights of others or disrupt the education process or other operations of the University.

The display will be located in Kellogg Plaza.

Resources are available for students that may need assistance. Our Student Health and Counseling Services will staff two resource tables in the plaza area from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both Sep. 12 & 13. Additionally, our Student Health & Counseling Center is open Monday – Friday. Visit the Student Health & Counseling Center website for hours and contact information: Student Health & Counseling Services. Our Gender Equity Center will also be open and available to students. Visit their website for information on hours and services: Gender Equity Center.

Resources are also available for faculty and staff through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dean of Students Office at 760-750-4935.