‘Why Are You Targeting the Black Community?’
Colorado Right to Life and American Right to Life will stand with black leaders from around the country at their Power in the Park rally and press conference at 8:30 a.m. at Martin Luther King Park, one block from the largest Planned Parenthood abortuary in the nation.
Of note, Denver’s Bishop Phillip Porter, former chairman of Promise Keepers, will expose a particularly-egregious tragedy — that although black women comprise only six percent of the population, they receive nearly 40 percent of the abortions in America. Plus, he’ll explain that the leading abortion providers exploit blacks by placing 94 percent of abortuaries in urban neighborhoods with high black populations.
Black leaders, including Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, have recently been asking why black Americans are being targeted by Planned Parenthood for abortions and demanding that the killing stop.
Dr. Keyes, in fact, relates his revulsion about Denver’s new abortion mill:
“The number one taker of black life is abortion, and it’s time people woke up to that fact. The location of this latest Planned Parenthood facility in yet another minority neighborhood is a part of the continuing fulfillment of the racist, eugenicist dream of their founder, Margaret Sanger, but it is a travesty of the American dream. Planned Parenthood’s agenda discards the principle that we are all created equal, which is the basis of liberty for all Americans.”
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