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"Choice Kills Those Without One": Madison billboard placed outside Planned Parenthood


For Immediate Release

March 15, 2011


Contact: Virginia Zignego, Communications Director, (262) 796-1111, cell (262) 370-3993

Or Peggy Hamill, State Director, (262) 796-1111


“Choice Kills Those Without One”:

Madison billboard placed outside Planned



A pro-life billboard placed on S. Park Street in Madison will be there for the next 30 days, near a
Planned Parenthood that targets minorities. To view the billboard, click here.


“Abortion is not a true choice for the unborn, for women or for men. Abortion providers prey on those
who feel they have no choice, and this campaign highlights this daily reality,” said Virginia Zignego,
communications director of Pro-Life Wisconsin. “Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin provides
taxpayer-funded birth control to young girls without their parents’ knowledge or consent. PPWI has
been shown in recent video exposés to cover up sexual abuse of minors and distort medical facts of
fetal development.”


The billboards aim to raise awareness about abortion, Planned Parenthood’s history of racism and
the continuing eugenics movement in Wisconsin. The campaign directs the public to and was created by Ryan Bomberger (who is biracial), the Chief Creative
Officer of The Radiance Foundation.


“Our goal is to expose an industry that doesn’t trust women enough to tell them the truth, injects
gender animosity by demonizing men, and targets minorities resulting in hugely disproportionate
rates of abortion in the urban community,” explained Bomberger.  


The billboards are a collaborative effort between Pro-Life Wisconsin and the national organization
The Radiance Foundation.

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