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Appeal reverses earlier decision against Radiance Foundation

A fourth to be reckoned with

In victory for free speech, NAACP loses court battle to silence black pro-life activist

Black pro-lifer wins fight against NAACP over abortion parody

Abortion ‘parody’ of NAACP is constitutional speech: court

Appeals court rules against NAACP in abortion free speech lawsuit

NAACP loses battle to silence black pro-lifer who bashed its pro-abortion stance

NAACP sues The Radiance Foundation to censor black citizen journalist’s free speech

NAACP fights over its trademark in Fourth Circuit free speech case

What happens when the NAACP is on the wrong side of civil rights?

Be an Uncle Tom for life

Judges gone wild: Judicial activism deactivates rights

Black pro-lifer fights back against NAACP’s attempt to censor him

NAACP tries to silence critical reporting of its actions

Parody of its pro-abortion policies riles NAACP

NAACP’s attempt to deny black citizen journalist’s free speech rights goes to federal appeals court

NAACP sues black pro-lifer for exercising his civil rights

LifeNews tells NAACP: We won’t stop reporting your pro-abortion position

NAACP threatens LifeNews for reporting its abortion advocacy

Liberal groups show how far they will go to the left

NAACP: Banning race-based abortions is unconstitutional, or something

Supporters of 2011 Arizona law hope to counter NAACP attempts to eliminate the statute

David and Goliath: Radiance Foundation and Ryan Bomberger Defend Children, Stand Up to the NAACP | Catholic Online

Project 21: NAACP picked wrong side of Arizona law

NAACP countersues black pro-life leader |

NAACP Sues Black Pro-Lifer Who Exposed It’s Pro-Abortion Views | LifeNews

NAACP Threatens to Sue Black Pro-Life Leader

Black pro-lifer files lawsuit against NAACP | LifeSiteNews

    LifeSiteNews: The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People threatened with legal action Ryan Bomberger for using its name and trademark to oppose abortion. Now the chief creative officer of The Radiance Foundation is fighting back . . . With the help of attorney Charles M. Allen, who is affiliated with the Alliance Defending Freedom, Bomberger filed a lawsuit in Virginia on Friday arguing that his work is protected by the First Amendment and “fair use” provisions of the law. He also questioned the NAACP’s priorities in using its legal resources to fight an activist trying to save black babies, rather than fighting the community’s pathologies. “Our inner-cities are crumbling, two-parent married families barely exist, 72.3 percent of our children are born into homes without fathers, and the NAACP wants to silence me for pointing out its support of abortion,” he said.

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