A new survey released from the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health found that “strong majorities” of Latina/os registered to vote support “access to legal abortion, affirm that they would offer support to a close friend or family member who had an abortion, and oppose politicians interfering in personal, private decisions about abortion,” the group reports.
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State Rep. Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, made an appearance at Care Net’s conference in Orlando late last week. The legislator took part in a panel for crisis pregnancy center advocates on how to “educate” their lawmakers.
At Care Net’s national conference taking place this week in Orlando, the president of the crisis pregnancy center network, Melinda Delahoyde, expressed her excitement about recent anti-abortion efforts that target women who are searching for the word “abortion” on the Internet.
In what has become an all-too-familiar refrain among the more radical members of the anti-abortion movement, Personhood Mississippi is comparing abortion rights to slavery.
Earlier this month, the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles announced it would be putting up a new anti-abortion rights billboard campaign targeting Latinas in Los Angeles. The billboard said in both English and Spanish that “the most dangerous place for a Latino is in the womb.” However, due to a concerted effort among reproductive rights advocates, the billboards are coming down.
Yet another series of anti-abortion billboards targeting minorities was unveiled recently — this time in Oakland, Calif.
A new anti-abortion billboard campaign is set to make an appearance in Los Angeles soon. The billboards are an almost word-for-word copy of the controversial Heroic Media campaign targeting African-American women. This latest campaign, however, targets Latinas.
A new anti-abortion rights billboard campaign set to appear in Los Angeles soon is targeting Latinas. The billboard says in both English and Spanish that “the most dangerous place for a Latino is in the womb.”
Anti-abortion rights groups have had varied responses to a report released by the Guttmacher Institute yesterday. The report shows that there has been a decrease in abortions among all subgroups of women, with the exception of women with low incomes. Among the more interesting responses is a claim by Life News that the report validates a campaign launched by anti-abortion groups targeting African-American women.
After MTV announced it was declining to run any more ads from controversial anti-abortion rights group Heroic Media, the group went on the offense, claiming that the network was siding with Planned Parenthood. But an MTV exec tells The Florida Independent that such claims are “absolutely not true,” and that the network is still staunch in its decision to discontinue airing Heroic’s ads.