Here is a good series of clips from The Radiance Foundation. These highlight how the number one killer of blacks in America is abortion. And many black political leaders have sold out their communities for a quick buck while promoting the efforts of certain groups to push for elimination of the poor black community. This may be done under the guise of care for the needs of poor single mothers and such, but if that is really the issue there are much better ways to handle that than killing the babies.
Here is an interview from NPR where Ryan Bomberger, from the Radiance Foundation, squares off with "Reverend" Carlton Veazey, from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. Don't miss the notes that Bomberger has added on screen to show what was edited out of the broadcast...nice to know that NPR really wants to tell us more, right? It is always seemingly convenient how the mainstream media seems to stage these conversations where the people bringing the truth are always outnumbered (the host here is clearly set against Bomberger) and some of the strongest comments are edited out of the converstaion that is laid out for public viewing.
Here is a video showing some of the details of Mr. Bomberger's life and what I assume led him to be an advocate for the pro-life movement. It certainly touched my heart to watch this. And it saddened me to think of how many more Ryan Bomberger's there might be in this country if not for the efforts of groups like Planned Parenthood and the politicians, members of the broadcast media, and even religious leaders who have sold out the black community in order to support them.
And just for good measure, here is one more video displaying what is lost due to abortion. We have no idea what the future holds for us and the children of the next generation. We do have the ability to lead children and teach them what is good and right, though. And if we do that, the possibilities are endless. We can't do any of that, though, if the children are murdered before they can take a single step or say a single word.
(h-t Dan Phillips)