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Published on Jan 14, 2013 by 3801lancaster
www.3801lancaster.com A documentary film about Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society disaster, and the cover-up by state and local oversight agencies.
Published on Jan 23, 2013 by prolifenews
Dr. Alveda King and Ryan Bomberger spoke at the “40 years of abortion” press conference and talked about the Impact of Abortion on the African-American Community.
Published on Jan 16, 2013 by prolifenews
Dr. Freda McKissic Bush, MD spoke at the press conference discussing the impact of 40 years of abortion in the United States. Dr. Bush talks about the “Impact of Abortion on Women’s Health, and also on pre-term births”.
Dr. Bush explains how induced abortion increases the risk of a woman haveing a child prematurely, and giving birth prematurely is the leading cause of infant death.
Forty years after Roe v. Wade, the promise that legal abortion would guarantee fewer out-of-wedlock births, less child abuse, and lower crime rates remains unfulfilled.
In the 1960s and 1970s, abortion advocates used a variety of arguments to advance their cause. Some emphasized women’s liberty and autonomy. Others tried to persuade people that easy access to abortion would benefit society as a whole. Consider just two representative quotations:
“A policy that makes contraception and abortion freely available will greatly reduce the number of unwanted children, and thereby curb the tragic rise of child abuse in our country.” (NARAL, 1978)
“The impact of the abortion revolution may be too vast to assess immediately. It should usher in an era when every child will be wanted, loved, and properly cared for.” (NARAL co-founder Larry Lader, 1974)
Legal abortion, advocates argued, would result in fewer out-of-wedlock births and less child abuse, and would ensure that every child was wanted. Over time, these arguments lost credibility because neither out-of-wedlock births nor child abuse was decreasing.
Read it all here.
- National Black Prolife Coalition
- Priests For Life – African-American Outreach
- Protecting Black Life
- Orthodox Christians for Life (main site) – (Chicago organization)
- Live Action
- Video: Cecile Richards criticized for praising Nixon, who believed in interracial abortions