Pro-Life Group Exposes How Companies Like Nike, AT&T, Macys and Microsoft Support Abortion

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Pro-Life Group Exposes How Companies Like Nike, AT&T, Macys and Microsoft Support Abortion

How is killing off future customers good for business? Justin Danhof has no idea, but he’s raising an important question now that some of America’s biggest brands are starting to become major players in the abortion debate. Shareholders have already started changing the boardroom conversations, he warns.

Investors push companies to make business case on abortion – Roll Call

Posted February 12, 2020 at 9:00am Shareholder groups that have won corporate boardroom concessions on climate change and diversity are beginning to press corporations on women’s reproductive health issues, as the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments in a case that could fundamentally alter abortion rights in the United States.

Corporate Funding Project (Boycott)

The Pro-Life Movement will succeed only to the extent that pro-life people are willing to be inconvenienced.” – Douglas R. Scott, Jr., Bad Choices: A Look Inside Planned Parenthood, p. 246 The Corporate Funding Project (CFP) is a program focusing on the education of corporate officials about the agenda of Planned Parenthood in an effort to convince them to deny support to this dangerous group.

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