February is Black History Month, so it’s interesting Ohio’s largest abortion mill placed billboards around the Cleveland area. Some read Abortion is sacred and Abortion is a blessing. Most were in predominately black neighborhoods—around eighty percent or more. Pro-lifers like The Radiance Foundation, local pastors and other pro-life groups believe their black or white communities don’t need more violence and hopelessness. So they put up their own billboards. Some read, Abortion is big business; Abortion is regret, and Abortion is lost fatherhood. The billboard company discriminated against them by rejecting billboards that included Abortion is violence and Abortion is exploitation. Even so, the truth is getting out. All lives are precious in God’s sight, regardless of color.
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