The philosophy at the heart of WEBA
, Project Rachel and Silent No More is ultimately as disingenuous as the argument central to the Nathanson films.
(66.) SARA DIAMOND, SPIRITUAL WARFARE: THE POLITICS OF THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT 97-98 (1989) ("'We want to neutralize the word "choice,"' says Nola Jones, one of the leaders of Victims of Choice, a spin-off from a nationwide project called Women Exploited by Abortion (WEBA
)."): see also Gans, supra note 64 ("The post-abortion arm of the pro-life movement was absolutely created by women for women who learned too late what was really at stake in their 'choice.'").
Like Killacky in Minneapolis, Lazar is a passionate defender of art, artists and cultural diversity; as an administrator, she has garnered detractors as well as defenders, but the performance artists with whom she has worked most closely -- Sebastian, John Woodall, Gomez-Pena, Weba
Garretson, erstwhile puppeteer Bruce D.
Out of that impromptu meeting came the fragile first steps to form what became the first national post-abortion support group, Women Exploited By Abortion (WEBA