Controversial NYC Billboard Targeting African-Americans (Bonus: Maafa 21 The History of Eugenics In America Documentary)


New York, New York (Feb. 21, 2011) – A billboard that reads, “The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb,” has been placed in the heart of SoHo by Life Always™ as a part of a new national campaign to expose the truth about how Planned Parenthood targets minority neighborhoods as they perform over 300,000 abortions a year. This particular billboard is about half a mile from a Planned Parenthood abortion facility. Life Always board member Stephen Broden said that Planned Parenthood has had a devastating effect on the sustainability of the African American population.” To read the full story download our Press Release

45 Million

45 million babies were killed in the
U.S. due to legal abortions. That’s like wiping out the entire
populations of Texas, Illinois and Los Angeles.

50 %

The abortion ratio for unmarried women is 510 abortions
for every 1,000 live births.


Twice as many African Americans have died from
abortion than from the combined tolls of violent crimes,
cancer,heart disease, accidents and AIDS.

The most dangerous place for African Americans is in the
womb because Planned Parenthood® places the majority
of their abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods.


In 2007, Planned Parenthood® made only 4,912
adoption referrals while performing 305,310 abortions.

There is a battle being waged in the United States that has taken more lives than any foreign war or act of terrorism. The enemy is abortion. Its’ supporters include the main stream media, liberal representatives in government, and Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider. The voices of the opposition are everywhere. is a project of Life Always. We use advertising, research and confrontational truth to gain awareness, inform and educate individuals to choose life, always!
The board of directors, ask you to join with us to speak the truth to those torn between a choice of life or death.


Maafa 21 The History of Eugenics In America
A documentation of the modern eugenic movement in America.From the assertion of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution,coupled with his cousin Francis Galton’s correlation between genealogy,and the inheritance of intelligence.
Insisting that human beings are predisposed genetically to be unfit for society.
Nature versus Nurture.
This film follows the trail from its beginnings, in post slavery America,to its influence upon the Third Reich and its implementation of its Final Solution.
After the exposure this brought upon the movement,The eugenics movement morphed into what we know today as Planned Parenthood.
You will be astonished to learn that Planned Parenthood kills more African American people every year through abortions,than are killed from every other cause,Combined.
Truly horrifying!
An eye opener

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Watch the entire documentary broken into 13 parts in HD.Presented By ThermoNuclearTv

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4 Responses to Controversial NYC Billboard Targeting African-Americans (Bonus: Maafa 21 The History of Eugenics In America Documentary)

  1. This makes me hate Planned Parenthood even more now. I wonder why the Black community is silent on this?

  2. One more such victory and we are lost.

    • Everyone is lost though.People are genuinely evil.The earth is the most dangerous womb.We all shitted on it and kicked it in its stomach for centuries.I think it will abort us very soon.Maybe a few more generations if we don’t do a self inflicted abortion to ourselves.

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