March 25, 2024

Feminists for Life of America Unveils More Billboards in Greater Pittsburgh Area

Thanks to local support, three new billboards have been revealed today in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Each of these billboards will reach over a quarter million people during the next four weeks.

The most recent CDC report noted there were at least 4,070 abortions that took place at or after 21 weeks gestation when movement of the baby can be felt—and babies can feel pain. However, that report only counts 41 states and Pennsylvania, along with California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Wisconsin did not participate in the reporting making the actual number of late-term abortions much higher.

In Pennsylvania, abortion is legal up to 24 weeks gestation, or approximately six months into pregnancy.

FFL asks “are you ok with that?”

According to the CDC report, Black women underwent about 42% of all reported abortions, higher than any other race or ethnicity (as well as facing higher maternal mortality risks.) We know that lack of resources and support often drive women to abortion. Feminists for Life believes Black women deserve better—and their children are just as precious as any other.

Finally, Feminists for Life spreads the message that “Women Deserve Better® than Abortion” and shares the Pennsylvania pregnancy option line. More resources are available at our helpsite Women Deserve Better.

We welcome other groups who share our vision and wish to sponsor advertisements. Also, if you own property with a billboard, we want to work with you!

Email us at for details.

FFL President Serrin Foster, the creator of the Women Deserve Better® campaign, appreciates the sacrifices made by our donors. “We are grateful to supporters who invested in getting out the truth about abortion with a message of hope. Yes, women deserve better than abortion and every little one deserves life and love.” 

Because women deserve better,

Joyce McCauley-Benner
Director of Public Education

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