A poster above wrote:
"I'm kind of offended that you would compare stealing a poster to Rosa Parks. I highly doubt that she went around stealing from white people to make her point."
I'm not sure I understand your point...and you don't have to agree with me, healthy debate is a good thing...but the fact is that in the eyes of the law, Rosa Parks was stealing in a way, stealing the seat in the front of the bus from the white people the seat "belonged to" in the eyes of the law. According to the law, she was supposed to sit on the back of the bus or stand if all those seats were full. THE LAW WAS WRONG. SEGREGATION WAS EVIL. Advertising formula is evil. I admire people in certain cases who break laws for a greater good. This case is one of those and I admire Kathleen Huggins just as I admire Rosa Parks. I admire their courage for standing up for the basic human rights they believe in, whether it is equal right to sit down on a bus when you are tired, or equal right to unbiased, accurate and HEALTHY information from a medical care provider who has taken a VOW to "FIRST DO NO HARM."
And the WHO Code is a law in many countries, because many other governments recognize that fact that advertising formula to the public is so wrong and dangerous to babies' health it SHOULD be illegal. If Kathleen had taken down this poster in Mexico, Brazil, or India (according to the WABA site) she would be UPHOLDING the law instead of breaking it.