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Racist Anti-Abortion Campaign Comes to Austin

Austin, Texas, now has its own racist anti-choice campaign, complete with billboards with black children and a website, with videos, claiming that Planned Parenthood is targeting African Americans.

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Roundup: African-American Anti-Abortion Billboards Come to…Wisconsin?

Now that Radiance Foundation has blanketed Atlanta with their message, they think Milwaukee is the next logical city to settle in.

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Radiance Foundation Moves On Down To Texas

The group intends for its billboards to start the same media frenzy in Texas as they did in Georgia.

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The Radiance Foundation: Radiating Hype and Lies

The same web site that claims reproductive health care providers lie to and manipulate women sends them to crisis pregnancy centers that provide inaccurate medical information.

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(VIDEO) Black Abortion: Battleground Georgia

We are not fools and we are not amused.  The only reality that matters is this: Our lived experiences drive how and when we choose abortion, not abortion providers

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A Right to Life for the Living

The Tuskegee Syphilis Study used a black nurse to gain the trust of black men targeted by the study. Georgia’s largest antiabortion group, Georgia Right to Life, is employing a similar strategy, using a black outreach coordinator, Catherine Davis, in a predominantly white organization.

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The Billboard Circus and the Abortion Wars

The abortion wars rage relentlessly on, in the United States and elsewhere, and the only lesson to be drawn from recent federal and state legislative action is that the wars show no signs of abating.

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Loretta Ross On Anti-Choicers, the Media, and Race

Loretta J. Ross is national coordinator of SisterSong Reproductive Justice Collective in Atlanta. So why is her voice largely missing in media reports about “black genocide” billboards in her own backyard?

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The Facts About Abortion Rates Among Women of Color

The abortion rate for black women is higher than for any other group. But anti-choicers exploit and distort facts to serve their agenda while ignoring the fundamental reason women have abortions: unintended pregnancy.

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New York Times Article on Myth of “Racial Bias and Abortion” Omits Critical Analyses

In an examination of rumors being spread by anti-choicers that high rates of abortion among black women are due to a campaign of “racial genocide,” the New York Times once again failed to provide relevant evidence, data or balance on issues of critical importance.

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