Roe v. Wade anniversary brings out both sides

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Pro-life and pro-choice students stand on opposite sides of White Plaza on Monday. (Stanford Review)
As part of their annual tradition commemorating the Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973, Stanford Students for Life set up 490 roses in White Plaza, each one representing 100,000 abortions.

Stanford Students for Choice set up on the opposite side and offered to make t-shirts for people.

During the lunch hour each side spoke to several passersby, but otherwise there was little commotion.

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