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Get Human Coalition’s anti-abortion fake clinics off North Carolina’s payroll!
If you’ve been with Reproaction for the past few years, you will know that we have extensively tracked and researched the anti-abortion fake clinic chain Human Coalition, which uses creepy big data tools and business analytics to trick women seeking abortion into their clinics instead.
Not only that, but Human Coalition’s president Brian Fisher has made some outrageous comments about race, rape, religion, and ethnic cleansing. After Reproaction began this work, Human Coalition actually changed the name of their fake clinics. They absolutely don’t want to be exposed for what they really are, because they’re not just trying to stop abortions, they’re trying to ‘minister to women and get them involved with Human Coalition’s punishing brand of Christianity: one which is militantly against abortion, averse to LGBTQ rights, and insistent on Christian supremacy.
We’re joining the Campaign for Accountability and NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina to call out Human Coalition’s acquisition of state grants to the tune of $600,000 annually which Human Coalition’s fake clinics use to promote church ministry and other things that have nothing to do with reproductive healthcare or the abortions their clients sought out before Human Coalition purposefully interfered with their decision-making.
Sign our petition below to get Human Coalition’s anti-abortion fake clinics off North Carolina’s payroll!
Check out our Fighting Fake Clinics Toolkit for ways you can take on anti-abortion fake clinics where you live! And if you’re based in North Carolina and mad about Human Coalition’s use of your tax dollars, contact us for support in writing a letter to the editor in your local paper expressing your concerns!
Read on for more about the real Human Coalition, which operates fake clinics designed to shame and mislead people seeking abortion, on our blog!
The more society lets ‘pro-life’ extremists get away with advocating hate in the name of Jesus, the more the mainstream conservative movement moves increasingly toward outright fundamentalism.
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Human Coalition’s work promises its funders that it will reach women “most likely” to obtain abortions, and uses the model of their seven fake clinics operating nationally, of which two are mobile units, which are coach busses that fake clinic chains convert into roving ultrasound rooms. They’ll park outside of real clinics or on college campuses in their tricked-out RVs, all to trick people out of seeking the care they need.