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Anti-Abortion Forces Recruit Black Supporters

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Anti-Abortion Forces Recruit Black Supporters

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Anti-Abortion Forces Recruit Black Supporters

Anti-Abortion Forces Recruit Black Supporters

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Some people who describe themselves as "pro-life" are working to draw more blacks to their side.

Two people involved with the issue, Lillie Epps, of Urban Center Development at Care Net, and Loretta Ross, of the SisterSong: Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective in Atlanta, speak with Cheryl Corley about the movement.

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