Black women don't need guilt trip from abortion billboard
This article that purports to be a "conscious and caring" statement is really just an attempt at transference.
The call is for more "safe sex" practices to prevent "unwanted pregnancies".
This despite the stats which noted that the vast majority of these abortions occur in circumstances in which the woman is not married.
NO - I am not suggesting: "Well get married and all will be cured".
Instead this array of statistics show me that the chances of this "gestating human being" is highly correlated to the RELATIONSHIP that the female finds herself in with the contributor of the genetic material which triggered the reproduction process.
If there was ever a time for the people who advocate a greater CONSCIOUSNESS within the Black community to agree that now is the time to adopt a CULTURE within this same community which would have the effect of removing our people from the top spot in the list of "unwanted pregnancies" which are not brought to term.
Changing the context by which this exchange of the "body fluid of life" takes place and this problem will be MANAGED into a more respectable end.