Abortion Billboard campaign sparks race debate | Al Sharpton Spokesman Embarrasses himself

NOTE: I think that CNN put these two individuals on TV and gave them different topics before allowing them to faceoff because this representative from Al Sharpton’s National Action Network seems so far in left field. 

A controversial billboard campaign has sparked a debate over abortion and race. The billboards feature a picture of a black infant with the message: “Black children are an endangered species.”

Some 80 billboards are now up in the Atlanta area. The groups behind them say abortion clinics target black women and are, in effect, threatening the African-American population.

Catherine Davis is the director of minority outreach at Georgia Right to Life, which co-sponsored the billboards. She and Dr. Artis Cash, founder of Shreveport’s chapter of the National Action Network, joined us on Wednesday’s American Morning.

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