45 years, and what has changed? Statistically, almost nothing. The United States is split 50/50 when it come to the topic of abortion. The population majority “what we call the middle” do not think it is their problem and do not want to be directly involved in "the life choice". They look awkwardly aside while allowing their disinterested view to be swayed by the loud public opinion of the minority radical Pro-choice movement. The goal of WeTeachThink is to help “the middle” to see that this issue is their problem and that they need to take action today.
Now... when they do look, what do we want them to see?
Human from day one. We want them to see truth, to reason with logic, to explore science and to contemplate meaning. We want them to Think. What creates a thriving human race, flourishing communities, happiness and depth? What destroys it? What is good? What is absolute and what is relative? Why does it matter? When did we stop asking these questions? We want them to reason themselves into the logical understanding that we are Human from Day 1.
Without proposing answers, WeTeachThink offers questions and provoking imagery to induce thinking and create an internal dialog... step by step into reason.
Information to Awareness > Awareness to Action
The mission of WeTeachThink is to encourage factual sharing of information to positively impact public perception of what it means to be Human and to instill a desire of the general public to protect Human life.
We are a marketing organization designing multimedia campaigns to directly influence public education, awareness, and perception of Human dignity and rights.
If Roe vs. Wade is overturned, public opinion will decide our future.
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If you wish to help our mission in another way, please contact Angela. WeTeachThink was launched in November 2018 and has 501 (c) 3 status.
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