Students for Life Activists Arrested for Chalking ‘Black Pre-Born Lives Matter’

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on email

Two Students for Life activists were arrested for trying to chalk “black pre-born lives matter” on the sidewalk outside of a D.C. Planned Parenthood on Saturday. They were accused of defacing private property, according to D.C. police.


Erica Caporaletti, 22, and Warner DePriest, 29, started writing “Black Pre-Born Lives Matter” with chalk when police arrested them.

“This is government censorship,” Caporaletti says through a bullhorn, with a Planned Parenthood sign behind her and a “Black Pre-Born Lives Matter” poster between her and a small crowd.

Students for Life of America exists to recruit, train and mobilize the Pro-Life Generation to abolish abortion, their website reads.

Watch the Video for More:

Don't Miss Out!

Subscribe to the CNJ newsletter for the latest breaking news, commentary, entertainment,  contests, and more!