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POTUS Shows Love Today as Movies, Prisoners, Babies and Politics “Lit” the Wire

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

“Motives matter. Some agendas are indeed driven by envy and rivalry, but others serve humanity with a desire to foster godly love and good will.” (Ref. Philippians 1:15)

Today is Valentine’s Day. Traditionally this observance is a day for cards, candy and romance. Yet in the midst of the hoopla, babies are still dying, and many human beings in the womb and outside the womb are still victims of crimes against humanity; with abortion at the top of the list.

Meanwhile, with his latest life affirming action today, on Valentine’s Day, President Trump shines light and hope for babies in the womb, and for those who are unjustly bound in other tenuous situations.

With compassion and assurance, President Trump spoke to thousands of Americans from the Oval Office today: “Thank you very much and I want to thank all the 1,000s of pro-lifers and pro-life leaders, pastors, families and advocates for joining this call and for working with such love and devotion to build a culture that cherishes human life.”

Does anyone know that POTUS is a big fan of adoption over abortion? Considering the huge fiascoes and lies about abortion being a reproductive right, with New York and Virginia endorsing infanticide, President Trump’s adoption response today is yet another sanctity of life gain.

Meanwhile the pro-life message is currently dominating the air waves. Gosnell, Unplanned, Roe V Wade, Order of Rights and The Moral Outcry are just five of the life affirming films of this century; they are either already released or in various stages of production. There are several others that have already made or are about to make a serious mark in the atmosphere.

Here’s a short list of some other 21st century must see film firsts, including feature films and documentaries with a life affirming message:

Bella, A Distant Thunder, Maafa 21, Juno, Gimme’ Shelter, October Baby, Crescendo, 180 and 3801 Lancaster. There are many more. They all need our prayers and support.

Dionne Warwick once sang a song: “What the World Needs Now is Love Sweet Love.” How true and how sweet that truth was all those years ago, and still rings true today. Truth be told, love and justice are not blind; love is not color blind. We are the “one blood human race” of Acts 17:26. Agape, all-encompassing unconditional love never fails; for the born and unborn.

Jesus said it even better in John 13:34: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.”

Let’s do something different today. Let’s pray for America, and join President Trump in his compassion for the least of these exemplified in his speech today. Let’s choose adoption as an option to abortion. Let’s insist that our elected officials vote no on infanticide.

Let’s show some real love in America for a change. Happy Valentine’s Day.

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Pro-life Leaders Outcry Against Abortion Scourge Mounts in Open Letters to President Trump

Thursday, January 31st, 2019

As Executive Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn (CRU) we as a team are urging concerned citizens to pray and act by contacting our President and all governmental leaders regarding the current state of unbridled abortion that is threatening to overtake our nation. With Governor Cuomo’s recent act against the sanctity of the life and human rights of the unborn, we are all facing imminent danger.

Please visit our website today and join the fight by praying and signing on to our open letters. Below are some additional links regarding the crisis.

Evangelist Alveda King, CRU Director

1. Spiritual Crisis
https://www.crisismagazine.com/2019/bishops-wring-their-hands-at-the-whirlwind-of-hell

2. Human Crisis
https://www.newsmax.com/dralvedacking/trump-abortion-prolife-national-crisis/2019/01/25/id/899858/

3. Social Crisis
https://www.newsmax.com/dralvedacking/march-for-life-shutdown-border/2019/01/18/id/898837/

4. Moral Crisis
https://dailycaller.com/2019/01/28/levell-trump-cuomo/

5. Constitutional Crisis
https://townhall.com/columnists/alvedaking/2019/01/23/kamala-harris-doesnt-represent-the-call-to-life-and-liberty-n2539908

There are two open letters to President Trump regarding this crisis:
1. Sign the Open Letter – Urge the President to Proclaim that #AbortionIsACrimeAgainstHumanity

2. Sign the Open Letter – Urge the President to #DefundPlannedParenthood

Please pray and act now by signing on HERE.

God bless you!

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Gardner, King, Nelson, LeVell, Parker: Leaders Urge President to Proclaim Abortion as National Crisis

Friday, January 25th, 2019

In an open letter to the president, national leaders, joined by other leaders in the Prolife Movement, urge The Commander in Chief to declare that abortion of human babies is a national crisis. They are urging the people of America to join in advancing this message.

Read the text of the letter below.

January 25, 2019

President Donald J. Trump
The White House
Attention: White House Public Liaison Office
Washington, DC

Dear President Trump,

Thank you for your service to the people of America. Mindful of your compassion for the “soul of America,” we are writing with an urgent request.

While we fully understand your concern for the safety and security of the American people, as well as compassionate consideration for innocent immigrants, we are requesting that you also consider addressing another American crisis by declaring that the abortion of a child – notably deemed by science and philosophy as a living human byproduct – in the womb is a crime against humanity.

While considering a barrier or a wall to protect the people of America and to assist the innocent immigrants who desire to come into our country, we pray that you will also remember the babies in the womb, according to God, science and philosophy are human beings waiting to be born.

The scourge of abortion of human beings in the womb is an American crisis. Please declare that abortion of pre-born human beings is a national crisis.

Just this week on January 22, 2019 the Governor of New York signed into law The Reproductive Health Act, an approval to kill even more of our American children, especially African American children. Already in New York more Black babies are being aborted than are being born. Sir, we are asking you to declare that abortion is a crime against humanity.

Again, America is in a state of crisis, at our geographical borders and in the sanctuaries of the wombs of our mothers. America is besieged and beleaguered by serious crimes against humanity with abortion of human beings at the top of the list.

We are very concerned that all of the candidates that announced their bid to run for president in 2020 chose to rise on the anniversary of the celebration of the 90th birthday of the prophet Martin Luther King, Jr.; and did so being fully in league with America’s massive abortion industry while backed by Black faith-based leaders under the auspices of the Negro Project; a genocide project with longstanding and deadly intent.

They all remain in league to commit genocide and eugenics against African American babies. One third of the babies aborted in America are African American babies while we remain the least of these in numbers of population (about 12%).

Mr. President, we salute you for keeping your promises and bringing prison reform, religious freedom, tax breaks, lower unemployment, and many other benefits to America. Thank you also for addressing crimes against humanity, notably demonstrated yet again with your recent signing of the Frederick Douglass Anti-Human Trafficking Law.

Thank you for recognizing the legacy of Frederick Douglass and his incredible efforts against slavery. Thank you for recognizing that human trafficking is today’s modern slavery; all slavery is a crime against humanity. Abortion is another form of slavery; with the human child in the womb held hostage.

As you know, a crime against humanity occurs when the government withdraws legal protection from a class of human beings as they did with African American slaves in our American past. Even though adoption is a viable option to abortion; there is very little if any protection for the unborn human baby.

In addition to seeking solutions to this crisis, we also urge you to declare that abortion occurs in the human sex trafficking cycle; often these occurrences are forced abortions; all indicative of more crimes against humanity.

We have denied legal protection to a class of human beings, children in the womb. As the Supreme Court has said in describing the contents of the woman’s womb, “While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, it seems unexceptionable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to abort the INFANT LIFE they once created and sustained.” “Severe depression and loss of esteem can follow.” (emphasis added) Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124 (2007).

Mr. President, we the undersigned individuals urge you to make a public declaration to this effect; that abortion of a child in the womb is a crime against humanity; and to sanction The Moral Outcry Petition at www.themoraloutcry.com and other factual statements in support of the sanctity of life.

Again, Mr. President, thank you for your continuing leadership to promote human dignity and the sanctity of human life regardless of condition of servitude, color of skin, or length of days.

We are urging the people of America to pray with us, and to join us in sounding this alarm. God bless you, Mr. President; and God bless America.

Respectfully Submitted,

Evangelist Alveda King
Civil Rights for the Unborn

Dr. Day Gardner
National Black Pro-Life Union

Rev. Dean Nelson
Human Coalition

Bruce LeVell
National Diversity Coalition for Trump

Allan Parker, Esquire
The Justice Foundation

SIGN ON TO THE OPEN LETTER HERE

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Today Is My Birthday

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

Yesterday we celebrated MLK’s birthday. Several candidates announced a presidential bid yesterday. Most if not all of those candidates are pro-abortion. Today is my birthday.

Today is also the anniversary of the horribly bad Roe v. Wade legislation which become law in 1973.

I’m not marching for life today. We did that last Friday at the annual March for Life where I was blessed to do the closing prayer. However, I am praying; and blogging.

Don’t be fooled y’all. Abortion is “a pig in a poke”. [Means something that is bought or accepted without knowing its value or seeing it first; an old fashioned saying from a 68 year old woman. Indulge me.]

Today, on my birthday, I’m praying for God to end the scourge of crimes against humanity with abortion at the top of the list. Today I’m not judging anyone. I’m just praying. Why? Because I’m post abortive; repentant and redeemed.

I can’t help wondering how long we will have to deal with the dichotomy of killing innocent babies in the womb [and often maiming their mothers in the process] and calling it good?

Meanwhile, we are fighting over a wall.

Actually building a security wall to assist in protecting American citizens as well as serving innocent immigrants seeking a better life is a good idea. That wall is a practicality.

On the other hand, tearing down the walls of hatred and bigotry in our hearts; that’s also a good idea. After all, we are not separate races; we are not color blind. We are one blood, one human race. [Acts 17:26]

While on yesterday some candidates cited MLK as inspiration for running for president in 2020, they seem to forget that MLK was a prophet and Bible preacher. To use his name and then promote abortion (as some if not all of those candidates do) and other crimes against humanity is contradictory.

During this season I often share LET FREEDOM RING. It’s a song I wrote in 1973, the year Roe v. Wade emerged to wreak havoc resulting in the deaths of over 60 million babies in the ensuing years.

Today is my birthday y’all. Pray with me that God will let justice run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. [Amos 5:24] LET FREEDOM RING.

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Marching for Life, Congressman King’s Our Brother, The Wall Makes Sense, MLK DAY All About Love

Friday, January 18th, 2019

As “boots on the ground” in Washington, DC for the 24th Annual National Memorial Prayer Service and the March for Life today, I’m also getting calls to defend Congressman Steve King for racist remarks. Meanwhile, my family and I are in the heat and heart of the celebration of the 90th birthday of my uncle Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And people are still fighting about the wall.

I’m being asked if Congressman King a racist? Actually, from my point of view, until we all accept the scientific, philosophical and spiritual truth that we are all one human race, one Blood, we’re all a little racist.

Think about it. As long as we continue to refer to ourselves in our separate ethnic groups as different races we will never break away from racism. Act 17:26 of the Bible (NIV) says, “From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands.” This is why Uncle MLK suggested that we should be brothers and sisters, and not be foolish.

Along with sharing our human commonality, Congressman King and I mutually share regard for the sanctity of life. So I’m praying for my brother.

Also, this weekend, as our nation forges on towards trying to reopen our government by agreeing on a solution to secure the southern border let’s remember that love of one’s nation is not grounds for hate of another nation or another group of humans. Actually, the wall makes sense for now. We can dream for that day when the walls and barriers won’t be needed, and that pre-born babies are allowed to cross the barriers of the womb. We pray for an end to all crimes against humanity; born and unborn.

Let’s pray for all our brothers and sisters, today and moving ahead. May we always be mindful that our good deeds and good intentions can always be attacked when we are not shielded by the reality of not being separated by the human concept of different races. We are all created by God as One Human Race. We’re not color blind. Let’s agree with MLK. It’s all about Agape Love. Let the healing begin.

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Genocide and Eugenics are Death Care; Injustice Anywhere…

Monday, September 10th, 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May is promoting foreign aid to Africa. Her so called “aid” is laced with abortion and chemical/artificial device laden death care. Chelsea Clinton is touting this same eugenic/genocidal death care agenda as an economic boon. Not to be left behind in advertising death care, Oprah Winfrey is telling women to “Shout Your Abortion!” What is the world coming to?

For the past three decades, I have traveled the globe to Africa, Europe, Middle East, Caribbean Islands and US, with a message of truth, hope, life and light. At every port, I always find this to be true – people all over the world have much in common. We are one blood/one human race. We all bleed the same.

As a young girl in college, our class studied Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. As we revisit his chart today, we can see that his principles align with Acts 17:26: as the One Blood/One Race Human Family, we all need and bleed the same.

This month, the opportunity to travel around the nation and appear on national Christian television (The Jim Bakker Show and TBN’s Praise show) as well as in the White House and the jail house presented itself. Also, a young millennial shared a quote with me from one of her mentors, Dr. Asa Hilliard, III, which I’ve shared in my electronic inspirational series “Pearls and Nuggets.”

“I have never encountered any children in any group who are not geniuses. There is no mystery on how to teach them. The first thing you do is treat them like human beings and the second thing you do is love them.” – Asa G. Hilliard III

In all of these experiences, one theme is so concurrent that it looms across the lands and around the world; as human beings, we are one race and one blood, and our souls are crying out for love and mercy. We don’t need death care. We need life care. We need to agree to love and forgive each other. We need to repent for our wrong doings and be forgiven. Finally, we need to Pray for America.

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Wow, What a Week: Prison Reform, Abortion, Fake News, and Prayer at the White House

Friday, August 31st, 2018

First, #PrisonSeparatesFamilies. #BringOurDadsHome.

Angela Stanton and I just returned from speaking at a prison ministry service in Mississippi to about 200 men. Almost every man in the room was a father, grandfather and some were great-grandfathers. It was such a blessing to be able to bring hope to the lives of those that in a place that presumably doesn’t often offer much hope.

Second, #AbortionSeparatesFamilies. #LetOurChildrenLive.

Abortion activists are at it again. This time it’s The Afiya Center, a black women’s reproductive rights group as reported by The Daily Caller. No matter how much they try to make abortion just another life event like taking out the trash or making your bed, abortion is and will always be something that kills a baby in the womb and hurts women and men and our society as a whole.

Then there’s the news report about some housewives, and what I really said.

When I spoke about the spoof from Cardi B, ‘Housewives of the Civil Rights Movement’ in an interview with TMZ, I said that my Uncle, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have chuckled, not in approval but rather as a knee jerk reaction. He would not have approved of any misrepresentation that paints his wife and other Civil Rights leaders in the culture of today with all the profanity and disrespectful treatment of women that is so commonly seen in today’s media. Not hating on the young ladies in the spoof; just saying.

Finally, prayer which should be the best part of any week; in this case, prayer at the White House with the President, First Lady and many evangelical leaders from around the country.

My week began at a dinner hosted by the President and the First Lady with evangelical leaders to pray for our nation and to encourage prayer in the churches across America. America is becoming great but there is still much to address and the best way to bring that about is through prayer.

We must continue to #PrayForAmerica!

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Protect Beautiful Children from Racism and Planned Parenthood’s Unholy Connections

Friday, July 27th, 2018

Jare Ijalana by photographer Mofe Bamuyiwa

Currently a photograph of a lovely Nigerian little girl is going viral. She’s likely as beautiful as the Queen of Sheba, Queen Esther, and Sara; all beautiful women in the Bible.

She is certainly a bright light and is proof and evidence that we are one blood/one human race [Acts 17:26]. Beauty transcends skin color racism. There’s that ugly word again; racism. It’s time to slay that beast.

We talk about racism in our new books coming out soon: NOT COLOR BLIND. SLAVERY, RACISM AND ABORTION, and ABORTION IN BLACK AND WHITE. You will not want to miss the insight regarding the battle for the generations which is addressed in each of these books.

We’ve got to protect our children from the nefarious tentacles of organizations like Planned Parenthood. You’d be shocked out find out that they’re in league with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Campaign, Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, Essence Magazine and so many more. Together they are in cahoots to promote sexuality in such a way that threatens the beauty of our children while hiding racism agendas which reek of eugenics, racism and genocide. Because of their collective agenda, procreation and the continuation of the one blood human race are under attack.

Now, you may be thinking: “There goes that old lady talking again.” Well yes, I’m 67 years old. Yes, I am a civil rights warrior from the 20th century. Yes, I’m the daughter of Rev. Alfred Daniels Williams King and Naomi Ruth Barber King, civil rights legends in their own right although you may never have heard of them.

What you do need to hear over and over is that the sanctity of life is a major issue. However, while abortion is a civil wrong and life is a civil right, there are other key social and moral issues that must also be addressed in a holistic approach to healing America. Good education, addressing disproportionate incarceration of our young people, eliminating human trafficking, finding a compassionate path to citizenship for immigrants, reducing poverty, healing the breakdown of the family, fair health care; they all matter. We just need to be born first, and not aborted. Remember, abortion separates people from their families, their parents, and from life forever.

Keep praying! And keep looking up!

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Tide Turns in Crosshairs of Kavanaugh, Media and Roe V Wade Movie

Friday, July 13th, 2018

Kudos to Jason L. Riley, a member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, for his tide turning telling of the truth about the way abortion is decimating the black community, and for pointing out the hypocrisy of those who will not admit that black unborn lives matter too. Our film Roe V. Wade, of which I’m an Executive Producer, also highlights the truth about the hypocrisy behind the shroud that has hidden the misleading circumstances that have kept women and babies in bondage to the horrors of abortion for far too long.

Talk about perfect timing. America is in the crosshairs of a perfect opportunity to correct a grievous injustice. President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, our film, and the crack in the silence about the truth about abortion from the media can’t all be coincidence.

Roe V Wade which is currently in production reveals how a poor, uneducated woman was used as a pawn by abortion advocates determined to have the procedure legalized throughout the nation. At Civil Rights for the Unborn, which I direct for Priests for Life, we work very hard to educate communities around America and across the globe about the genocide of African-Americans led by the abortion cartel and Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood was founded by a racist who wanted to wipe out blacks, and 100 years later, Margaret Sanger’s legacy continues. Abortion not only kills our children; too often, their mothers are dying as well. Many of the women who have died after botched abortions in recent years have been women of color: Cree Erwin; Tonya Reaves; Diamond Renee Williams; Jamie Lee Morales; Lakisha Wilson, and Maria Santiago, just to name a few. Did their lives matter?

I’m post-abortive myself and I can tell you, there is nothing about abortion that resembles health care. Planned Parenthood told me the abortion would hurt about as much as having a tooth pulled, which was untrue. What they didn’t tell me was that the pain would last forever.

Our nation needs to face the truth about abortion. We need more people in mainstream media to tell the truth as Mr. Riley did. We need a breath of fresh air in our Supreme Court. We need to bring the Roe V Wade film to the screen. We ask for your prayers and support as we work to complete this important and honest film.

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Important Juneteenth Message -Stop Selective Outrage!

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

Immigrant Children versus American Children

180619 blog imageIt seems as if overnight the world has been consumed with a new movement calling for an end to the separation of immigrant children from their mothers at the border, but have we forgotten our own children?

Every year thousands of American women, U.S. citizens, born and raised on this land, have been forcefully separated from their children and sent off to various prisons throughout the nation while their children fall under the jurisdiction of government agencies like the Department of Family and Children Services. In some cases, the women are lucky enough to have family that will take care of their children until they complete their prison terms, but what about American women who don’t have families willing to assume this responsibility?

Sometimes, women serving long prison sentences have their children adopted out, and the records are sealed, leaving mothers, once released from prison, at the start of a long and often unsuccessful journey to find their own flesh and blood. Where is the outrage over these children being separated from their mothers?

You might say that those being sent to jail have committed crimes and should be sent to prison. And you would be right. But just as it would be wrong to discard the crimes being committed by American women simply to keep them with their children, it is equally misguided to advocate discarding the crimes of those breaking the law to come into this country illegally just so families can be kept together. Tossing the law aside is not the answer. The answer lies in reform; reform of the immigration system and reform of the prison system.

The situation causing the “children being torn from the parents’ arms” lament was created by laws proposed and passed by Democrats. So, too, were many of the laws causing our current criminal justice crisis, including laws more heavily enforced on black offenders; private prisons that prioritize profit over humanity, and harsher sentences for first offenders.

Case in point: Angela Stanton, a young woman I have been mentoring for the last twelve years, is a national bestselling author and television personality for BET-HER’s new reality show “From the Bottom Up.” Before she found her recent success she spent some time in and out of Georgia prisons, involved in a life of crime with defamed reality TV star Phaedra Parks of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

On her last stint in lockup, she found herself handcuffed to a bed while giving birth to her fifth child, all while a sheriff’s deputy stood nearby, watching in amazement. Twenty-four hours later Angela was separated from her newborn and sent back to a cold cement block cell. Hemorrhaging, and with only three pads a day she improvised by using her white t-shirts as sanitary napkins and cleaning them by washing them out in the jail toilet. The experience of being separated from her child at birth left Angela depressed and suicidal.

There are even more children whom those outraged over immigrant children have kept silent about for decades – those who are ripped from their mother’s wombs in abortion. Where is the outrage over these children?

Who’s to blame for snatching American babies from the arms and wombs of their parents? We all are.

Our children are our future and we, as a society, need to do all we can to ensure they have the best chance at a good life. That best chance begins with the family.

As everyone across the country and throughout our government is focused on mothers and children, this is the moment to advocate for all babies. Clearly we need immigration reform, and just as clearly, we need prison reform. But the first change I would like to see is a nation that welcomes children across the border of the womb, rather than demanding the right to deny that child the rights he or she is entitled to as a member of the human family.

Today is Juneteenth and a great opportunity to begin to fight for the freedom of all those enslaved by unjust laws. Let’s work together to save all children. Their lives matter. Pray for America’s children too!

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