Abortion Billboards: Strong Words Spark Debate in Atlanta's Black Neighborhoods

"To a black woman, when you talk about not being able to control the timing and the spacing of children, guess what that harkens back to? Slavery," Ross said. "Why should we be discriminated against and have you suggest that it's for the good of the race!" She continues that "it's wrong for these people to say that black women are architects of our own genocide."

Ross says it's a shame the billboards attempt to shame black women and black people. The people behind the billboard say that at least they're talking.

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