Ms. Davis traveled to black churches and colleges around the state, delivering the message that abortion is the primary tool in a decades-old conspiracy to kill off blacks.
The idea resonated, said Nancy Smith, the executive director.
“We were shocked when we spent less money and had more phone calls” to the hot line, Ms. Smith said.
This month, the group expanded its reach, making national news with 80 billboards around Atlanta that proclaim, “Black children are an endangered species,” and a Web site, www.toomanyaborted.com.
Monday, March 01, 2010
NY Times piece on Georgia billboards
More publicity for the prolife billboards in Atlanta attempting to educate the public about the prevalence of abortion in the African-American community. Some pro-choice bloggers think the article is biased despite a number of quotes from pro-choice sources.