Outrage over the murder of George Floyd is sweeping the nation but, in all the discussion of “Black Lives Matter,” are there black lives who’s deaths are being ignored?
A new video by Life Dynamics reveals the impact that the atrocities committed by Planned Parenthood and their accomplices have had on the black community.
Produced with activists in mind, the new card’s innovative design allows it to be small enough to carry around and pass out – but contains a shocking amount of information. Despite being small, those who are using it are saying that the cards are “extremely effective.”
51 years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Act guaranteed full and equal enjoyment of goods and services and public accommodations without discriminating or segregating on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin. But Maafa 21 documents how the Black community has been targeted with eugenics through abortion and birth control since the days of slavery and the plot is still being carried out to this day.
Black leaders are planning a nationwide event in Selma, Alabama to expose a possible racial motive for not enforcing abortion laws, saying that Black Women Matter. It is called The Selma Project and it was created by Catherine Davis who is the president and founder of The Restoration Project, and is an African American advocate for women.
“I don’t think we’ve been taught in our K-12 system…So, when you get into college it’s when you really start to learn about our history, about what happened in our history, about genocide, about Planned Parenthood, about some of the things that Margaret Sanger done and connected to the eugenics movement. I think that it is important for us to really understand our history. We cannot hide it. And once we have understanding – now we can figure out a solution to it,” Professor Hall told Students for Life.
Rev. Johnny Hunter, a past co-host, on Life Talk TV, shared how he and several other African American pro-lifers brought the “Black Lives Matter” project to the campus of Fayetteville State College after participating in a similar event in Washington, D.C. “It was the most moving thing,” an exhibit organizer reported.
Activists on twitter have joined in on the Starbucks “race together” theme to draw attention to the disproportionate way abortion targets the black race.