More Videos

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics 3:14

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

ARC students get experience welding 0:45

ARC students get experience welding

Take animated tour of Science Complex scheduled to open in June 2019 at Sac State 2:00

Take animated tour of Science Complex scheduled to open in June 2019 at Sac State

Watch UC Davis law students get hands on experience in the immigration clinic 1:19

Watch UC Davis law students get hands on experience in the immigration clinic

Transgender children often know they are different 'at a really young' age, psychiatrist says 1:59

Transgender children often know they are different 'at a really young' age, psychiatrist says

Bike Dog Brewing opens new location next to Selland's on Broadway 0:56

Bike Dog Brewing opens new location next to Selland's on Broadway

7.1 magnitude earthquake rocks Central Mexico 1:47

7.1 magnitude earthquake rocks Central Mexico

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue' 0:50

Transgender rights are 'not a federal government issue'

See where the proposed Delta tunnels would go 1:54

See where the proposed Delta tunnels would go

Transgender CDCR officer files discrimination lawsuit against state 2:04

Transgender CDCR officer files discrimination lawsuit against state

  • Anti-abortion protests at Sac State spark complaints

    Members of Project Truth are on the Sacramento State campus protesting abortions by displaying large posters showing graphic images of mutilated, bloody fetuses and offering anti-abortion pamphlets in the quad area, sparking complaints from students and staff.

Members of Project Truth are on the Sacramento State campus protesting abortions by displaying large posters showing graphic images of mutilated, bloody fetuses and offering anti-abortion pamphlets in the quad area, sparking complaints from students and staff. Jessica Hice The Sacramento Bee
Members of Project Truth are on the Sacramento State campus protesting abortions by displaying large posters showing graphic images of mutilated, bloody fetuses and offering anti-abortion pamphlets in the quad area, sparking complaints from students and staff. Jessica Hice The Sacramento Bee

Anti-abortion protests at Sac State spark complaints

October 18, 2016 10:39 AM

Comments