WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A jumbotron with graphic images stirred up conversation on Purdue University's Campus, Tuesday.
The anti-abortion group, Created Equal teamed up with the student organization, Boilermakers for Life.
Pictures and video of fetuses and the abortion process were displayed on campus.
Members hope to engage students in conversation about what they consider human injustice.
However some students thought the display was inappropriate.
"Our primary focus is to expose the atrocity of abortion and create dialogue with other students about abortion and get their thoughts," said Megan Smith from Boilermakers for Life.
"You can't put these on TV without putting graphic images, disturbing images, you might want to cover your eyes but yet you can just throw them on my campus," said student Dyan Berry.
The group is traveling to a total of 24 college campuses across the Midwest.