Recently, local activists took to the streets of Greensboro and hung informational flyers around the nearby anti-abortion fake clinic, The Pregnancy Network, exposing their true intentions: preventing people from having abortions. Predatorily located next to University of North Carolina-Greensboro’s student housing, they promote a fundamentalist worldview that appropriates Christianity while deceiving people. No one should be shamed and manipulated out of the health care they seek, no matter the circumstances they are in.
As we all absorb the cruel impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, which overturned Roe v. Wade and devastated abortion access throughout the country, and especially in the South, Greensboro is getting real about these anti-abortion fake clinics in our midst. They do not support us, but instead exacerbate a dangerous public health crisis. The Pregnancy Network believes pregnant people don’t know what is best for themselves. They’re wrong, and we’re letting our community know. Link up with Reproaction and Pro-Choice North Carolina to get involved.