The following comes from a Jan. 29 posting on RenewLMU.
The Loyola Marymount political science department is promoting a student internship opportunity with the non-profit organization Feminist Majority Foundation, a pro-abortion organization. The internship opportunity is posted on the political science department website. Led by long-time abortion advocate Eleanor Smeal, the feminist group on its own website states, “Abortion is a necessity for millions of women worldwide, for their health, for their well-being, for their dreams of a better tomorrow.”
According to the internship posting, student interns working in the Los Angeles office of FMF will have the opportunity to work on the National Clinic Access Project, “the nation’s largest and oldest clinic defense team.” There Loyola students can “research and collect data on anti-abortion violence directed at health care workers and patients; monitor anti-abortion websites and literature.”
No student internship opportunities with non-profit organizations dedicated to the protection of the unborn child could be found on the LMU political science department website.
The political science department chair, John Parrish, is serving on Loyola’s presidential search committee at the request of Kathleen Aikenhead, chair of the LMU board of trustees.
The link to LMU’s student internship posting can be found here.