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Saturday, May 07, 2005

Nickelodeon Running Pro choice Ads?

Hat Tip: Jivin J
Abortion, prochoice ads on Nickelodeon, isn't that speshul? Grim Reaper

Grand Rapids' patchwork pro-choice group has been reaching out to a new group of possible pro-choice advocates.
They've been airing ads in the Grand Rapids television market for a couple of years - mostly on pro-choice friendly cable stations like Oxygen, E!, MTV, and VH1 - but now they've moved into marketing their message towards different viewers. Kids!! Friends of mine have seen their ads on Nickelodeon and the Cartoon Network.

I guess if you can't convince adults, start the mythmaking with the young. Their ads feature a wall being broken down and a coathanger behind the wall. They also advertise their currently nonfunctioning web site, www.prochoiceadvocates.org.