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Black Leaders Say Justice Scalia Will Be Missed as Anti-Life Movement Expands Black Abortion Death-Sentencing Efforts

Monday, February 15th, 2016

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February 15, 2016

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Atlanta, GA – On the occasion of the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Black Prolife Leaders mourn his death and decry current anti-life decisions which seek to impose abortion death sentences on hundreds of babies and mothers in New York and other communities.

“My heart breaks that America cannot take time to mourn with the Scalia family” said Catherine Davis, President of the Restoration Project. Instead, we must turn, immediately, to the political – assessing the ramifications of the death of this great jurist. We do pray with them, however, for strength and peace as they navigate this new normal of life without their husband, dad, and grandfather.

Citing statistics from Too Many Aborted the leaders considered Justice Scalia to be “a champion civil rights voice for life.”

“Justice Scalia understood what happens when being human is not enough to ensure protection from racial discrimination as a human. I thank God for the Fourteenth (14th) Amendment to the United States Constitution and for the legacy of Justice Scalia,” said Walter Hoye, Founder of Issues4Life Foundation.

Evangelist Alveda King, director of African American Outreach and a party to a Priests for Life HHS Mandate case before SCOTUS said, “Justice Scalia was a prophet in many ways. The loss of his opinions regarding the sanctity of life will create a terrible void.”

Pastor Stephen Broden of Dallas based Protect Life and Marriage Texas said: “The death of Justice Scalia has once again heightened the fact that the anti-life forces are working overtime to enforce killing babies as normative in our culture. SCOTUS is now considering major abortion cases that will impact how we as a nation will view abortion for a long time. The agenda on the left is apparent when in 2015 the Empire State legislators put forth legislation to shoot poison into the heart of babies well into the third trimester if a mother feels she is not “emotionally stable” to raise the baby. America needs to take notice of the anti-life agenda and vote to ensure and secure a pro-life presence on the Supreme Court.”

At the turn of the century, The Black Prolife Movement experienced a “resurgence” combining prominent 20th century civil rights voices and newly emerging Prolife voices. Adding to the “we shall overcome abortion” and “no more womb lynching” themes of L.E.A.R.N. and Black, many more Black Prolife organizations have emerged. Joined by partners across the Prolife Movement, Blacks are participating in films and other documentaries such as MAAFA21, BLOOD MONEY, and popular videos by The Radiance Foundation. Many of the 21st century leaders also represent their own organizations while coalescing at National Black Prolife Coalition and are published in their benchmark book LIFE AT ALL COSTS.

Day Gardner, founder of National Black Pro-Life Union points out the perspective of the deceptive messaging of The Reproductive Justice movement, created in 1994; the Trust Black Women Partnership, created in 2010; and the Black Lives Matter movement, created in 2012; all which allegedly were created because according to them, ‘the lives of Black people were in peril.’ If they really care, they should support the Defund Planned effort, to end the destruction of the fruit and wombs of women.”

Gardner further explained: “Hiding behind the pretense that these deceptive entities were born out of a demand for the self-determination and liberation of Black people in this country, and that all these organizations were ‘born’ because of the leadership of Black women, their ‘Trust Black Women’ mantra is highly offensive; because they want to birth lies rather than babies.”

King also asks: “How can the dream survive if we murder our children? Life is a civil right. If you force the mother to take harmful chemicals or to abort the baby, you violate the rights of the baby and the health of the mother.” Watch video

Today, while mourning the departed SCOTUS champion, Justice Antonin Scalia, the National Black Prolife Coalition continues to “inform, educate and activate” the communities of America and the world regarding the urgency of ending the eugenics and genocide of abortion.

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Women of the National Black Prolife Coalition Denounce Planned Parenthood’s Latest Propaganda Maneuver

Friday, December 20th, 2013

Once again my sisters and I of the NBPC are bringing you the latest on the evil deeds of Planned Parenthood. They don’t let up even at Christmas. Lord have mercy!

“These are the kind of people who smooth-talk themselves into the homes of unstable and needy women and take advantage of them; women who, depressed by their sinfulness, take up with every new religious fad that calls itself “truth.” They get exploited every time and never really learn… But nothing will come of these latest impostors. Everyone will see through them, just as people saw through that Egyptian hoax. (2 Timothy 3:6-9 MSG)

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Contact: Catherine Davis, 678-381-1058

ATLANTA, Dec. 19, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Women of the National Black Prolife Coalition (NBPC) believe Planned Parenthood is continuing its age old strategy of targeting the black community by enlisting members of the black elite to promote their organization. The Root’s article “How Black Women are Saving Planned Parenthood” is the most recent example of the propaganda machine they employ. The NBPC denounces this practice pointing to the hundreds if not thousands of women that have been hurt in Planned Parenthood abortion chambers and the millions of babies that have died as they have grown their business into the leading abortion provider in the nation.

“To this day I remain haunted by the death of Tonya Reaves, a vibrant young twenty four year old that Planned Parenthood in Chicago left bleeding for more than five hours after a failed abortion of her fifth month of pregnancy,” said Catherine Davis, Founder of the Restoration Project. “She did not have to die. But Planned Parenthood had so little regard for her life they refused to transport her 1.7 miles down the street where lifesaving help in one of the leading trauma centers was available.”

The NBPC believes this is because Planned Parenthood has an agenda of population control and the life of the mother is expendable as they strive to achieve “a U. S. population of stable size” (as revealed in their 2008 tax filing). “Instead of helping to eliminate poverty, these elitists seek to eliminate the poor. This race genocide must stop,” said Connie Eller of Missouri Blacks for Life. “Black women who support Planned Parenthood are participating in the evil elimination and denigration of other Black women and children,” she continued.

“Their model has not changed,” said Day Gardner of the National Black Prolife Union. “Since the days of Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood has been adept at ferreting out advocates who care more for money and power than people. The result is over 55,000,000 children slaughtered, and thousands of women injured, some unto death.”

“Planned Parenthood has a history of promoting the government’s eugenicist plan to reduce the black population by employing black women,” notes La Verne Tolbert, PhD, a former board member of Planned Parenthood. “In the early 1970s Faye Wattleton was the first black voice to promote abortion. She was always elegant on television as she debated Catholic clergy who wore their tab white collars — the perfect visual contrast Planned Parenthood needed as Faye championed black women to abort their babies.”

“Planned Parenthood’s callous use of black elitist women to smooth talk their way into the homes of vulnerable black women and take advantage of them is notorious. Rather than providing life affirming assistance, they sell them deadly contraceptives and abortion,” said Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach, Priests for Life.

“This racist genocide must stop.”

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Dr. Alveda King: Guilty Gosnell Verdict May Spark More Justice for Women and Babies

Monday, May 13th, 2013


“The guilty charge of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, dethroned ruler of ‘Gosnell’s House of Horrors’ may spark justice for more women and babies across America,” said Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Gospel of Life Ministries. “Justice is served with this verdict, but injustice will continue unless we end abortion in this country. Gosnell was not the only abortionist who killed mothers and their born babies, he was just the one who got caught. Now we have to turn out attention to charging, trying and convicting others like him.”

Gosnell was convicted of three counts of murder of three babies aborted in his 3801 Lancaster abortion clinic in Philadelphia. He is also convicted of death by involuntary manslaughter of Karnamaya Mongar, who died from drug complications during her abortion procedure in Gosnell’s den.

Tomorrow, King will join host Star Parker of CURE along with Day Gardner of the National Black Prolife Union, Catherine Davis and other African American leaders of the National Black Prolife Coalition in Washington, D. C. for a press conference and briefing. The leaders are asking the question: “Abortion and the impact on Black America…is there a Gosnell in your community?” Like King, the Black Leaders say that Gosnell isn’t an exception, that there are abortion horrors happening in 2013 in abortion facilities all across America. They blame lack of regulations and strong arm lobbying efforts of Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocates for allowing Gosnell and “others like him” to operate and commit horrors that are now being exposed.

King also believes that “once the Cleveland abductions by the Castro brothers are investigated, America will begin to clearly understand that women are often victims of coerced abortion and should be protected from predators. These rescued girls are not the only ones in America who have been forcibly subjected to abortion. Abortion by coercion should be thoroughly investigated and outlawed. For instance, in the Gosnell situation, there is a case of a teenage girl who claims to have been forcibly taken to Gosnell’s clinic and held down by force during a traumatic abortion,” King said, referring to the reports that the abducted girls in Cleveland were hit in the stomach until they aborted babies conceived during their brutal captivity.

“Cases like the Gosnell case and now pending Castro case all go to prove that there is a dehumanization of women and children not just across the globe but here at home that has been swept under the rug for far too long,” King told a group today at a conference on human trafficking held in Atlanta. “Let’s just pray that this Gosnell conviction will spark more justice for women and babies in America as time goes on.”

As a side note, King added: “Charles Ramsey, the “hero” for saving the kidnapped girls in Cleveland is an African American. Finally a Black man is noted for doing a good deed. The media just needs to highlight more of these types of human interest reports, not just for African Americans, but for everyone.”

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