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The mother of the young girl in the anti-abortion billboard hung in SoHo (above) says she’s still waiting for her apology from the creators of this billboard.
According to the New York Daily News, Tricia Fraser contacted the pro-life group Life Always last week, demanding answers after she discovered her 6-year-old was the face of its racially charged campaign.
The billboard above Sixth Ave. displayed a picture of Anissa Fraser below the message, “The most dangerous place for African Americans is in the womb.”
Fraser, a single mother of four, said she finally received a call from a Life Always spokeswoman on Feb. 25 – but the rep refused to apologize or assure her the image would not be used again.
“They never answered any of my questions,” Fraser, 36, told the Daily News. “I would like some answers, some sort of apology.”
Fraser said the spokeswoman insisted that someone from the Texas-based group would get back in touch with her – but she still hasn’t received a second call.
“I’m not happy,” said Fraser, of Paterson, N.J. “I’m probably not going to get an apology.”

The mother said she signed an agreement allowing the pics to be used as stock images, but said she never imagined her daughter would become the poster child for an anti-abortion campaign centered around African Americans.

via eurweb

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