Pro-choicers yell at BLACKS during MLK March for exposing abortion as racist and “Dreaming” that the babies should be protected in the womb

On Saturday, August 24th, volunteers from CBR Maryland and Life Education and Resource Network (LEARN), a pro-life organization that ministers primarily to the black community, spent nearly seven hours speaking out against the black genocide of abortion. Their target was the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Justice in Washington, DC.

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The original March on Washington, which took place August 28th, 1963, was the scene of Martin Luther King, Jr’s famous “I have a dream” speech, and was instrumental in righting the long standing injustice of segregation then so prevalent in American society.

The groups posted a Press Release which explained why they were protesting, “today, the spirit and legacy of this pivotal event are exploited to promote pro-abortion policies and politicians. The rally prior to Saturday’s march was orchestrated by the pro-choice National Action Network, led by Al Sharpton. Among those addressing the audience was former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Attorney General Eric Holder, whose wife owns an abortion clinic and who has persecuted pro-life activists. Every “civil rights issue” imaginable was highlighted and championed except the right of Unborn children to live. As usual, the most victimized group in America was disenfranchised and denied even the status of ‘victim’.

To counteract this, anti-abortionists carried out a Black Genocide Awareness Project along the route of the march and on the National Mall. Large CBR Maryland banners decrying black genocide and comparing abortion to lynching attracted the attention of the crowds. The distribution of nearly 5,000 pieces of literature and hundreds of copies of the film Maafa21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America gave those who wanted to learn more a chance to do so, while amplified street preaching ensured that even those who did not want to learn left more knowledgeable than when they came. Conversations between pro-life volunteers and marchers ensued all day long.”

As they held a number of signs showing the clear connection from the Jewish Holocaust, the days of American slavery, and the slaughter of human persons in the womb, a mean and angry crowd gathered around to chant hate at them:

A spokesman from the pro-life Black group. LEARN responded, ” Altogether, the Black Genocide Awareness Project was a fantastic event,” said Pastor Bobby Fulmore, a LEARN member from North Carolina, “We got this message out to at least 50 percent of the people who came through here today. When they saw these signs, when they saw the message, they were touched in their hearts. We got a chance to preach the Gospel, we got a chance to pass out about 1,000 DVDs of Maafa21 . . . and most of them saw it and they understood what was happening . . . today we prevailed against the gates of hell and we just want to give God the glory!”

According to the group’s press release, “Only a few people opposed the pro-life message with any sort of disrespect. A small contingent of pro-abortion supporters (mostly Caucasian) chanted slogans as they passed beneath the shadow of our 12 foot and 8 foot long banners, which graphically depict the very practice they were so vocally defending. Needless to say, the contrast was startling.”

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The black protesters made references to the documentary film: Maafa21 which shows a CLEAR connection of Racism, Eugenics to the nation’s tops abortion provider Planned Parenthood.

Leaders of the group LEARN, Rev. Johnny Hunter and Rev. Clenard Childress, who runs the website BlackGenocide.org were present at the event. Also present were members of the Maryland Center for Bioethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization.

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The group concluded, “African Americans, who constituted the majority of attendees at the March on Washington, are perhaps the most key demographic in the pro-life battle, seeing as 37 percent of children aborted in America are black and yet most blacks are nominally opposed to abortion. A large percentage of black America would likely support pro-life legislation if they realized what was truly at stake. Anti-abortion advocates should invest much more time in spreading their message among African Americans, truly the most receptive population segment in the nation.

A day will come when people look back at our era and wonder how we could wave the banner of “civil rights” so brazenly while tolerating, and even celebrating, the vicious killing of our offspring. Then, we will all wish we had been one of the few that stood for justice when justice had lost its meaning. ”

2 Responses to “Pro-choicers yell at BLACKS during MLK March for exposing abortion as racist and “Dreaming” that the babies should be protected in the womb”

  1. […] doing everything from standing on highway overpasses to exposing the racism of abortion in the Black community. There are also courageous students like one who was assaulted by a pro-abortion professor after […]

  2. […] doing everything from standing on highway overpasses to exposing the racism of abortion in the Black community. There are also courageous students like one who was assaulted by a pro-abortion professor after […]

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