Anti-abortion fake clinics will keep up their slimy tactics and trickery because they don’t care about pregnant people, nor about the fetuses they claim to adore.
In 2020, anti-abortion fake clinics received more than 4 million dollars from the federal government through the Family and Youth Services Bureau in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) alone.
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Women of color are not mission projects for religious zealots and should not be treated as such.
What fake clinics do is not support. It’s coercion, control, and brainwashing. It's not “very good,” but very dangerous.
I recently received an email from a public relations firm representing an anti-abortion fake clinic asking to be removed from our Fake Clinic Database. My answer? No.
It’s so obvious the anti-abortion movement feels threatened by the work of Black people and the movement work we create.
If Rev. Nelson and Human Coalition really wanted to support Black people, their efforts would be supporting the Black people in the streets.
Doctors are supposed to “do no harm” and inform patients of all their options, not provide them with coercive, false information.
There are a lot of numbers in our charts and graphs, but one thing is clear: the anti-abortion movement is loaded.
North Carolina’s 2019 legislative session closed with uncertainty about the fate of Medicaid expansion in the state, along with the fate of the millions of taxpayer dollars that don’t belong in the hands of fake clinics.
Collection of people’s menstrual cycles by anti-abortion state officials as well as anti-abortion organizations is not only a gross overreach, but is also dangerous.