Billboard company refuses to pull black pro-life signs

Pro-aborts defeated free speech in New York and Los Angeles, but they won’t silence the pro-life message to and by African-Americans in Oakland, California.

CBS Outdoor, which also stood strong against pro-abortion ideologues in Atlanta who demanded TooManyAborted.com’s “Black Children are an Endangered Species” billboards be pulled in 2010, is again refusing to back down and pull 60 “Black & Beautiful” billboards in the Bay Area.

… Although it’s not for lack of trying, as Ryan Bomberger has chronicled. Northern California is a liberal bastion, which, of course, includes the press. This CBS5 news piece calling the billboards “blatantly racist” was yanked after Ryan complained on Twitter about the obvious bias and absence of corroboration. (Explain again how “Black & Beautiful is racist?)…

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But CBS5 has left this trash piece up…

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Neverthless, as black pro-life leader Walter Hoye said in the above news pieces, any conversation about black abortion genocide is good. Hoye wrote on Facebook:

It has been said that one can be judged by the strength of his or her enemies. If this old adage is true and we consider those assembled against us (i.e., Congresswoman and former Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Barbara Lee, Oakland Mayor Jean Quan, the California NAACP, Trust Black Women of California, Black Women For Wellness, Black Entertainment Television, Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union), then by that standard alone our billboard campaign is formidable and by God’s grace and mercy is having the impact desired as a result of communicating His timeless truth of love and life in the public square (John 8:32).

Amen!

The people need to know. It’s bad, very bad, as Alveda King tweeted only today (linking back to a post on my blog by Dr. Gerard Nadal)…

18 thoughts on “Billboard company refuses to pull black pro-life signs”

  1. In stores around here there is a haircare product specifically for African-type hair called “black and beautiful”, clearly the descriptive term/statement isn’t racist unless it’s applied to a baby! Sometimes I wonder if the majority of people yelling on TV even know what racism is anymore.

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  2. i want people to help save babies…. watch my channel and ALL my videos everybody pump my channel views up so i can get noticed. my last channel, abortionequalsmurder, got terminated by youtube. please help save babies.

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  3. I am glad someone has a backbone!

    I still wish that the billboard had a number where women could call for help.

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  4. Its a sure sign that the word “racist” literally has no meaning when it is used against folks arguing against racism.
    But we are coming to live in a modern day Babylon, and Babylon is Hebrew for “confusion.” There is nothing sadder than the fact that confusion such as this is washing across the face of our world.

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  5. It is disingenuous to call Ryan Bomberger a racist. If they were being honest they would be willing to tell his story. The video in Mr.  Bomberger’s bio on the Radiance Foundation website is truly beautiful. He is more than a choice. He is a person with a name who is loved.

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  6. GO RYAN BOMBERGER, THE RADIANCE FOUNDATION AND REV. HOYE!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. GOD BLESS YOU. WOO HOO!!!

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  7. So the billboard is racist, eh? How dare African-Americans refer to themselves as black, or beautiful!!!

    I suppose the critics would prefer “Negro and Ugly” instead?!

    Would that be more acceptable? Perhaps one of these clowns can show up here and carefully explain to us how a picture of a beautiful black baby, titled, “Black and Beautiful”, is racist.

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  8. Gerald N. Nooo! You’ll lure them here! Besides, I can tell you why, in today’s PC world noticing or commenting on someone’s skin tone is racist. It’s acceptable to say ‘you have such nice red hair!’ Or ‘wow, you have really pretty green eyes!’ But if you say ‘that honey-brown is so pretty!’ Or ‘such a solid smooth black, it’s breathtakingly beautiful!’ Or ‘you have skin like a greek goddess, like flawless marble!’ You’re being racist.
    I *wish* I was joking. I’ve been told ‘that’s racist!’ When I’ve complemented people on their appearance, if that appearance included skintone! Reminds me of a speaker I heard once. Handsome gentlemen, American, but strong African roots, very dark skin, very nice. He gave a lecture in my high school about anorexia of all things. Anyway, he said (paraphrasing): “if I were to ask you what was the first thing you’d notice about me most people look slightly nervous and say something like ‘you were wearing a nice suit’ or ‘you have short hair’, but if I go to a class of kindergarteners they’ll all proudly announce ‘you’re black!’.” He tied it in to how society is primed to ignore certain things (like being clearly anorexic) and taught to praise others (oh you’re so skinny!). Me? I hate PC garbage, i’d have said ‘you’re black” too, well, actually I would have said “that you have beautiful black skin” because that *was* my 1st thought upon seeing him. I’m quite sure he would have laughed and shook my hand. But, unfortunately, a fair number of people would claim that I was being racist by admitting that my eyes can tell the difference between lots of melanin and little melanin!

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  9. I am also really sick of this schizophrenic PC junk. Aren’t we supposed to celebrate our differences and diversity and junk? But hey! If you dare NOTICE our differences you’re racist! So how do we celebrate our differences without noticing them huh??
     
    I’m pretty sick of this PC junk tying my tongue up in knots when all I want to do is compliment a colored person’s AWESOME dreads or beautiful braids. I have an appreciation for fair porcelain skin, and I can say so, but mention my appreciation for coffee cream skin or black as night skin?? Now I’m RAAAAACIST!
     
    Geez. Pushing me into my own little racial box kinda CREATES racism where there otherwise would be none don’t ya think? Like a double edged sword, “I notice you never compliment black people…. you think they’re ugly or something???” and “Why do you have to mention her skin???? You think she’s you’re personal minstrel show???” What can I do??? I THINK WE’RE ALL BEAUTIFUL but can only say so to half of us :(

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  10. No kidding ChristianHippie! I have no idea how people expect racism to get any better in this country with this extreme PC attitude. It really just keeps race an uncomfortable subject when it really shouldn’t be any different from any other physical characteristic. While I find it amusing when people try to “guess” my race without being obvious about it (never seen people look so uncomfortable about anything in my life!), I think it is sad it matters at all.

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