anti-abortion billboard

A three-story high billboard in New York City’s SoHo section reads “The Most Dangerous Place For An African American Is In The Womb.” What the heck are they trying to say?

UPDATE:  You can go to Change.org and sign a digital petition to help force the removal of these offensive billboards by clicking here!

Controversial billboards from anti-abortion groups are nothing new. But the one that is plastered on a building in SoHo takes a daily SMH and turns it into a WTF.

“The Most Dangerous Place For An African American Is In The Womb,” is the statement that a three-story high billboard from anti-abortion group “Life Always” has plastered on Sixth Ave. and Watts St.

But what exactly does that statement mean?

“Life Always” claims that Planned Parenthood targets minority neighborhoods and that African-American women have abortions at nearly three times the rate of other women.

Oh, so now we get it. Because abortions are allegedly higher for African American women, that means that the most dangerous place for a child is in the womb.


*This image above is of a similar race-baiting billboard that appeared in Atlanta last year.

Now that is offensive. Not only is Life Always using a scare tactic that downright divisive, it’s message is right smack in a neighborhood that people of all colors have to stare at on daily basis. No matter how you feel about abortion, you have to admit that the message is totally inappropriate and downright offensive. Children of all colors die of many things, to call the womb of an African American woman the most dangerous place for a child is tasteless and that billboard should be torn down immediately.

Source: TheBVX

If you’re on Twitter and you want to express your thoughts DIRECTLY to the via Twitter contact @ThatsAbortion.   Stephen Broden is one of the board members along with others found here.

UPDATE:  You can go to Change.org and sign a digital petition to help force the removal of these offensive billboards by clicking here!

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