As the abolitionists of earlier times stood up and declared themselves emphatically opposed to the largely ignored and willfully overlooked evils of slavery, we are determined to stand up and be clearly counted as dissidents of this present culture of death. While abolitionists of an earlier age identified Human Salvery as the primary dehumanizing force in their culture, we believe that Human Abortion is the primary dehumanizing force of ours. As we work to bring about the abolition of human abortion, one of the first steps we must take is to MAKE OUR DISSENT VISIBLE.
As the abolitionists of slavery widely disseminated their symbol (the “Am I not a Man and a Brother emblem designed by Josiah Wedgewood) and used it to identify themselves as dissidents living in a world of legalized human slavery, our symbol identifies us as dissidents in a world that legally exterminates its preborn children. As the original abolitionists placed their symbol on everything from fashion accessories to domestic objects used in everyday life, our symbol will appear on everything and anything a present-day abolitionist might use to let his or her world know that they "refuse to go with the multitude to do evil” or just sit silently by while unborn human beings are led to the slaughter. We are just getting started in producing products to help facilitate our visible dissent.
Please stand with us and let your world know that YOU ARE AN ABORTION ABOLITIONIST.