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

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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Let Freedom Ring for Everyone

July 3rd, 2018

While Independence Day, July 4th, is usually celebrated with bar-b-que cookouts, family gatherings, those kinds of things, there is much beyond the celebratory efforts that demand our prayers. We must give credence to the importance of justice and independence across the spectrum.

Remember, we just celebrated Juneteenth last month. Coming up on August 28, I Have a Dream Day will mark the anniversary of the famous speech MLK gave in 1963 where he noted that there was a check marked ‘Insufficient Funds’; and that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have not been achieved for all of God’s children.

Here in America we are blessed to have a president who believes in the sanctity of life, from the womb to the tomb. There’s a lot of work going forth out of Washington and around America to end the war in the womb and the human trafficking in this nation and around the world.

At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone often talks about electing public officials who can ‘tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public.

On Independence Day there’s so much that we have to be thankful for; like family, home, health, and good friends. Someone blessed me with a flag while I was on the road. As we see in the selfie, it’s a lovely flag. I’m grateful for the sentiment. God bless America.

Let’s pray for President Trump as he appoints a new Supreme Court Justice who will further the blessings of life, liberty, and the pursuit happiness. Let Freedom Ring for Everyone!

During the holidays, I reflect on the many lessons learned from my elders, Guardians of the King Family Legacy. My dad, Rev. AD King and my mother, Naomi Ruth Barber King, Granddaddy, Daddy King, Martin Luther King, Jr. will ever remain part of my American Dream.

These are memories, hopes and dreams that we celebrate this season. Let’s never forget that we are One Blood/One Human race with the unique opportunity to “learn to live together as brothers [and sisters]” and not perish together as fools.

Let’s pray for liberty and justice for everyone; enjoy a safe and blessed Independence Day!

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As Attacks Mount POTUS Trump Still Delivers: Pray for Unity

June 27th, 2018

Congresswoman Maxine Waters has encouraged people to go out and harass, resist and push back against the Trump administration in restaurants and wherever they are found. Meanwhile Press Secretary Huckabee was kicked out of a restaurant; yet she remains fair and focused while being attacked for doing her job.

On the heels of several recent incidents, Congressman Waters has taken the reins of an already out of control political “resistance movement” in an attempt to solidify in the minds of the American people that there is nothing more to stand on but anger at the success of the Trump administration.

Notably along with WHPS Sanders, White House advisor Stephen Miller was called a fascist at a Mexican restaurant as he dined on June 17.

Also protesters from the Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America harassed Department of Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she was having a work dinner at a DC Mexican restaurant. The harassment got so bad that she was forced to leave.

Then the owner of the Red Hen asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave her restaurant because she works for POTUS.

So Maxine Waters tried to justify her “resistance” actions by reading a list of things that Trump has said.

The difference between Congressman Waters and President Trump is that, while Congressman Waters is calling for incendiary resistance and not offering any solutions, President Trump does have solutions and is keeping his promises and getting as many results as possible from his position as President of the United States.

Just as he promised, to name a few:

• POTUS has appointed a Constitutional conservative to the Supreme Court.
• He has jumpstarted our economy and as a result we now have the lowest unemployment rate in recent history.
• He has signed an executive order to keep Immigrant children and their parents together.
• He has supported pro-life legislation and is undoubtedly the most pro-life president in recent history.
• He has upheld the religious freedom of all Americans.

Two wrongs don’t ever make a right so hurling insults at each other is not the most effective way for humans to communicate. There is a more excellent way.

“But desire earnestly the best gifts: and yet show I unto you a more excellent way.”
1 Corinthians 12:31

So, what can we as Americans do to help President Trump continue to make America great? We can pray; we can elect government officials who will affirm us rather than kill, traffic, abort, euthanize and harm anyone; elect officials who get results for life and help with the pursuit of happiness.

In 2016 I came to an agreement with my family members; no fighting over politics. Over the holidays I wrote a cookbook and also we engaged in the 6 steps for non-violent conflict resolution which emerged in the 20th Century Civil Rights Movement. This process works for reconciliation.

As human beings, we can change the way we interact with each other if we want to steer the proverbial train away from the current course that is otherwise assuredly going to end in unprecedented violence.

Pray for America and the world.

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Father Pavone Hails SCOTUS Decision on Free Speech

June 26th, 2018

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TITUSVILLE, FL — Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, today commented on the Supreme Court’s decision in NIFLA vs. Becerra, which found that a California law requiring pregnancy care centers to tell clients that free and low-cost abortion is available elsewhere likely violates the First Amendment.

“It’s a great day for free speech, religious liberty and the pro-life movement,” Father Pavone said. “Perhaps laws like the one at the center of this case will fall out of favor in the pro-abortion camp because of the Court’s stance today.

“We have been confident all along that we would have victory in this case. Forcing pregnancy centers — that exist to prevent abortions – to advertise for abortion is like requiring Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to advertise for the liquor store down the street. It’s an insidious effort to make sure choice is eliminated and abortion is the only option. The Supreme Court acted in the best interest of all Americans today.”

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit www.priestsforlife.org.

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Important Juneteenth Message -Stop Selective Outrage!

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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Remembering Our Fathers on Father’s Day!

June 15th, 2018

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Fathers’ Day is Sunday and I miss my Dad. Rev. AD King who taught me to love everyone. When my uncle Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, in error, I tried to blame white people. Daddy said “no. we are all one race/one blood human beings. White people didn’t kill your uncle, the Devil did.”

Daddy was such a great father and a great family leader. I only wish I had gotten to spend more time with him. But I rejoice in the faith that he is resting in peace with our Heavenly Father.

Fathers’ Day also causes me to reflect on Joseph, the foster father of Jesus and husband of Mary. When faced with a new spouse, who was unexpectedly pregnant, unlike many fathers of today, Joseph embraced his new role of fatherhood and stepped up to the plate to take care of his family. He did not walk away from his responsibility, or worse, try to kill Jesus in Mary’s womb; unlike occurrences in our society today.

I’m blessed to know some other remarkable men who as role models are working to share the knowledge of what they have learned with other men around the country and the world.

One such person is Bishop Harry Jackson of The Hope Connection. He works helping men who have been in prison to re-integrate into the family and society. He understands the importance of the family and the role a father plays to give them a better chance in life. He has mounted a Fathers’ Day campaign to do just that. Please pray and fast with him beginning on June 17.

Kevin Burke is also working to improve the lives of fathers through the healing after abortion ministry, Rachel’s Vineyard and the Silent No More’s The Shockwaves of Abortion campaign which focuses on a different group each month with June being focused on healing fathers.

On the heels of Fathers’ Day we celebrate Juneteenth, a holiday in the United States that commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865, and more generally the emancipation of African-American slaves throughout the Confederate South. In celebration of Juneteenth we’re continuing to cry out for justice for all Americans, born and unborn. Towards that goal, we ask you to join the movement by signing on to an open letter to Congressional members encouraging them to support The Prison Reform and Redemption Act (H.R. 3356).

As we celebrate Fathers’ Day let’s remember the important role all fathers play in the family and pray that all fathers will take their responsibilities seriously and help make the world a better place for everyone.

For those who are like me and your fathers have passed away, be encouraged. Our Father God still cares. And let’s pray for all fathers everywhere from the White House, to the court house, to the battlefield, to the jail house, to God’s house.

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STOP COUNTERPRODUCTIVE CONSUMPTION OF GRATUITOUS VERBAL AND VISUAL DIARRHEA

June 1st, 2018

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Last night I made a huge mistake and broke a cardinal rule of mine. While I should have been sleeping, I read a post about a weird anti-woman diatribe against Ivanka Trump. My mind was still reeling over the Rosanne debacle. The grim reaper of social divisiveness was at work big time.

All of the media attention – television, film, radio and social media – to the emotional tirades and strife filled content (intentional and unintentional) is currently jamming frequencies of healing, reconciliation and unity.

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On our radio show Changing Your Community Broadcast, my friend and cohost Emmanuel Boose makes some good points. We should not fan the flames of anarchy. Also, selective judgment is fake justice. If you’re going to clean house, be thorough. Talk about draining the swamp…

Can we PLEASE take a step back from political enmity and emotional tirades; stop taking the stealthy anti-Christ bait of strife and division; and try to love each other, not as color blind but as One Race/One Blood human beings?

Yes. I broke my own rule and ignored my own advice against consuming inflammatory verbal and visual garbage when I should be sleeping or praying:

Philippians 4: 6-7 “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

My rule: In the ongoing effort to overcome evil with good, it’s wise to avoid intake of a dietary overabundance of vitriol and divisive media driven cerebral dishes at odd hours. In other words, flooding your senses with negative and inflammatory reports early in the morning or late at night is bad for your overall health.

We are facing sensory diarrhea. Are we becoming so anti-everything that we are disrupting all that is good about humanity? Yes, people are dying prematurely. Yes, people are suffering. Yes, we need help. But devouring each other in strife won’t solve our problems. We need a spiritual antacid.

We need a good dose of reconciliation. It won’t hurt to take a bit of time and smell the roses. Promises are being kept from the White House [which lest we forget was built with free labor by our African ancestors].

Across the nation job rates are up, lower tax rates boost families and the economy, lower regulations stimulate growth, no longer punishing business, babies in the womb are safer, [in]justice overhaul is in progress. Let’s continue to Pray for America.

P.S. Please support our Roe V. Wade Movie

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Fr. Pavone on Irish Referendum: Ireland Has Introduced “The Tyrant State”

May 26th, 2018

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Date: May 26, 2018

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WASHINGTON, DC – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, released the following statement today:

“The referendum in Ireland yesterday took away protection from children in the womb. Those who voted to remove that protection, which was given by the 8th Amendment to the Irish Constitution, have made a grave mistake.

“The referendum itself, of course, is morally illicit. No referendum can remove fundamental rights. We cannot vote as a society to approve slavery, terrorism, or child abuse. Neither does any vote on abortion make it permissible. A nation may fail to recognize the child’s rights, but it cannot remove them.

“The tears of joy that some pro-abortion fanatics have today are a foreshadowing of the tears of grief that will flood the Irish cities and countryside as mothers abort their children. They will find, as we have found in America, that abortion solves no problems, but only creates new ones. Hear for yourselves the voices of these moms, dads and families of our Silent No More Campaign at AbortionTestimonies.com.

“The words of St. John Paul II should echo today across Ireland and the world. Writing in Evangelium Vitae (n. 20) about what happens when a state legalizes abortion, he declared,

“The State is no longer the “common home” where all can live together on the basis of principles of fundamental equality, but is transformed into a tyrant State, which arrogates to itself the right to dispose of the life of the weakest and most defenceless members, from the unborn child to the elderly, in the name of a public interest which is really nothing but the interest of one part. The appearance of the strictest respect for legality is maintained, at least when the laws permitting abortion and euthanasia are the result of a ballot in accordance with what are generally seen as the rules of democracy. Really, what we have here is only the tragic caricature of legality; the democratic ideal, which is only truly such when it acknowledges and safeguards the dignity of every human person, is betrayed in its very foundations: “How is it still possible to speak of the dignity of every human person when the killing of the weakest and most innocent is permitted? In the name of what justice is the most unjust of discriminations practiced: some individuals are held to be deserving of defense and others are denied that dignity?” 16 When this happens, the process leading to the breakdown of a genuinely human co-existence and the disintegration of the State itself has already begun. To claim the right to abortion, infanticide and euthanasia, and to recognize that right in law, means to attribute to human freedom a perverse and evil significance: that of an absolute power over others and against others. This is the death of true freedom.”

“Because this is the case, legislators in Ireland should refuse to pass any measure permitting child-killing, and pro-life citizens should continue to rise up to resist such legislative action and continue to educate their fellow citizens that abortion is nothing other than violence. Priests for Life will continue to assist the pro-life movement in Ireland and worldwide to end this holocaust and to heal the wounded.”

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit www.priestsforlife.org.

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Memorial Day Dreams of Reconciliation and Redemption

May 25th, 2018

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On Monday we will celebrate Memorial Day thanking God for our active members of our military and our veterans and their families. As one who has had active members of the military in my own family, I know the personal care and the prayers that always go forth for our soldiers.

Recently I shared a blog about the G.I. Bill of 1944. In that light, much has been revealed regarding racial discrimination in our country with the enduring hope that we will continue to come together in faith, hope and love praying for this nation. Although many Americans were helped by the G.I. Bill, much of that help was afforded to Caucasian Americans at the expense of many African Americans who are still losing out on benefits today due to racial discrimination.

Today, we are at a crossroad in our nation as President Trump leads the battle to make America great again. Our prayers remain with our President and his administration.

Moving forward, Juneteenth is coming up in just a few weeks. This US holiday commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the state of Texas on June 19, 1865, as well as the emancipation of African-American slaves throughout the Confederate South. In celebration of Juneteenth at Civil Rights for the Unborn we are continuing to cry out for justice and the sanctity of life for all Americans, born and unborn. Towards that goal, we ask you to join the movement by signing on to an open letter to Congressional members encouraging them to support The Prison Reform and Redemption Act (H.R. 3356). Also, please support the anti-abortion provisions to the Title X act.

Furthermore, this summer we’ll be reaching out to Starbucks, Waffle House and other organizations that are having challenges with the racial issues that are trying to tear up our country. The winds of racial reconciliation are blowing across the world as is evidenced by the new Royal Wedding. We believe that as One Race/One Blood (Acts 17:26) we can learn to live together as brothers and sisters and not perish together as fools. Please join us in the battle for the born and unborn; for justice for ALL.

President Donald Trump has been a stalwart defender of justice as evidenced by his stance for the sanctity of life and staunch support of racial reconciliation as evidenced by his signing of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park Act and, most recently, granting a posthumous pardon of the first African American Heavyweight Champion of the World, John Arthur “Jack’ Johnson.

Finally, as we celebrate this Memorial Day weekend let’s not forget that as our military fights for our freedom we at home must fight for the freedom of our unborn brothers and sisters struggling to escape and survive abortion.

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We’re Not Color Blind: Dismantling the Generational Lies Behind Racism

May 23rd, 2018

180523 blog imageTrump is a racist? Kanye is a coon? We need to be color blind? The races need to unite? Sound familiar? Currently the racial tension among the human family is at fever pitch. Here at home in the USA tempers are flaring, emotions are boiling over the “skin color war.” Can we take a timeout please?

Acts 17:26 clearly teaches us that we are One Blood/One Human Race. Yet, for thousands of years, skin color wars, religious disputes and class and caste disputes have divided the human family. For the purpose of this article, let’s address only the skin color factor which breeds the lie of separate races and racism.

In the realm of sociology color blindness is a concept based upon ignoring or pretending not to see the color of a person’s skin. Color blindness is a premise describing a desired ideal of a society where racial classifications do not exist to limit a person’s opportunities. In seeking such race-neutral policies proponents seek to promote the goal of racial equality. This ideal was promulgated to Frederick Douglass in the 19th century, and to supporters of the 20th century Civil Rights Movement as well as in international anti-racist movements of the 1950s and 1960s.

The challenge to these efforts is that while well meaning, abolition minded citizens were genuinely seeking to bring unity and equality to all people, there were those who were seeking to actively and aggressively continue the racial and social inequities that would provide superiority to various people groups; communities divided by skin color and other socioeconomic factors.

The goal of 1960s civil-rights legislation in the United States was to replace racial discrimination with a race-neutral standard. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s central hope was that people would someday be judged by “the content of their character” rather than “the color of their skin.” This dream has never truly been realized because the skin color issues keep getting in the way.

Interesting Dot Connecting Facts:

● There is only one human race; as human beings, our “race” is defined by our red blood and not our skin color.
● We should be judged [not identified] by the “content of our character” rather than our visual, easily discerned physical characteristics such as the color of our skin which we can see with our natural eyes.
● Color blind is a medical, soulish or spiritual condition requiring healing. Jesus gives sight to the blind.
● There is no such thing as “interracial marriage” or bi-racial sexual connections between humans.
● Upon conception or fertilization, the baby created from the sexual union is a human being because the parents are human beings.
● The 1st “known” Black Queen of England was born on May 19, 1744. She became Queen Sophie Charlotte, wife of King George III; and bore the king 15 children. Queen Sophie was of African descent; allegedly directly descended from a black branch of the Portuguese royal family [Alfonso III and his concubine, Ouruana, a black Moor].
● Queen Charlotte reigned for 60 years. In many historic portraits, her features were white-washed with paint to conceal her African ancestry. This practice [akin to disfiguring images such as the Sphinx and Roman coinage] became common by the 19th century for many other portraits of famous black people throughout Europe and Asia.
● Queen Sophie Charlotte’s birth day May 19th not so coincidentally coincides with the date Duke Harry, Duchess Meghan and the Royal Family – May 19, 2018 – chose as the wedding date for another black woman to be married into the Royal Family.
● Royals Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex have succeeded the only previous Duke of Sussex: Prince Augustus Frederick, the sixth son of King George III and uncle of Queen Victoria, who was given the title in 1801. He was a supporter of the abolition of the slave trade and expressed disregard for the legal restrictions placed on Jews.
● In the United States, practices such as redlining, discriminatory lending practices and color selective benefits are all part of a form of generational racism that receives a blind eye. For example, Veterans Day celebrates the GI Bill legislation that helped millions of returning veterans go to college and buy homes in the great postwar suburban land rush. Unfortunately, America often turns a blind eye to the seamy side of this story — which is how a largely disproportionate number African-American veterans – because of their skin color-were intentionally denied many of the benefits of the GI Bill. Practices such as these laid the foundation for what is known as “white privilege” in America today; where Blacks are still subjected to racist conditions in the justice, education, health and economic systems.
● The use of census data, social security numbers and zip codes are still used today to selectively control predatory lending practices, with people being judged by the color of their skin rather than the contents of their bank accounts. (See: African Americans and the G.I. Bill, The Negro Family: The Case for National Action, and White Privilege.)
● Color blindness is a passive form of racism. If you can’t see color, you can also ignore the racist effects that are often amplified by active racists.
● See skin color, embrace skin color. As human beings, we are all created in living color.

New book coming soon: WE’RE NOT COLOR BLIND by ALVEDA KING and GINGER HOWARD

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