Black Pro-lifers to March at Supreme Court to stop Funding of Racism through Abortion

So So March 2014

They call it the Say So March and on October October 11,12,13 of 2014 Blacks will hold demonstrations in cities nationwide to draw attention to the large numbers of African Americans targeted for abortion.

The group says they will eventually March in DC to the steps of the Supreme Court and they have a message, “Stop Funding Racism from Abortion.”


Your Prayerful Presence Will Make A Difference

If You Love The Children Say So !

LEARN website

The event is sponsored by the The Life Education And Resource Network, LEARN, which is the largest African American Pro-life network in the country.

The purpose of the demonstrations, according to the group’s press release, is to encourage social activism and bring national attention to the 1,786 African American children killed each day by abortion.

Marches will be held in Newark NJ, Lawanside NJ, Philadelphia PA, District Heights of Maryland and Washington Dc.


Rev. Clenard Childress Jr., founder of the website organizer of the march, explains how abortion affects the Black community, “The leading cause of death in the African-American community is abortion, and the leading provider of abortion, is Planned Parenthood. One-thousand-seven-hundred-eighty-six African-American children are killed each day by abortion. The “Unfulfilled Dreams” of 52% of All African-American Pregnancies, end in Abortion. The physiological, sociological, psychological detriment has been devastating! It is worse than any plague inflicted upon people of color in our history. Via abortion, over 20,000,000 million African-Americans citizens have been cut off from the American Dream long before they ever saw their first sunrise. All the sociological data proves Planned Parenthood has deliberately chosen the African-American community to be its preferred clients. The founding mother of Planned Parenthood was the notorious Margaret Sanger, and what was her purpose? To execute her Negro Project whose goal would be to ensure there be far less African-Americans.”

In 1999, the group held a similar demonstration as documented in the video below:

Johnny Hunter Say SO

In that 1999 March, LEARN’s National Director Johnny Hunter, called for a boycott of abortion giant Planned Parenthood in 1999, “We have had to boycott buses in the pass, we have had to boycott grocery stores, we wouldn’t even buy toothpaste if we didn’t like it. Its a simple solution, boycott Planned Parenthood.


Rev. Hunter was later the featured preacher at the conclusion of the documentary, Maafa21, which exposed the racial targeting of abortion on the Black community.

The film has been screened nationwide and can be viewed in full here (

Star Parker

Also present at the 1999 March was Starr Parker the founder and president of CURE who added, “It is time for us to wake up and stop this holocaust. It is time for our congressional leaders and Supreme Court to understand that we need a new civil rights amendment. We need to overthrow Roe v Wade! It is time for us to stand up and say Roe V Wade and Dred Scott read verbatim and there is something wrong with calling a human being, a human life, property.”


Organizers for the 2014 March say they are outraged that Black Civil Rights groups have not defended the unborn!

PP Black Caucus 2014

They point out that as part of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) 44th Annual Legislative Conference, Planned Parenthood Federation of America will partner with honorary host Congresswoman Robin Kelly and sponsor BET Networks for an issue forum on Saturday, September 27, at 10 a.m.

This blog has written about the connections the Black Caucus has with Planned Parenthood in the past (here).

Clenard CHildress

“It is abominable and the epitome of gross negligence when black elected officials caucus and plan with the leading killer of black children and facilitators of mental anguish of black women,” stated Rev Childress, “The Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP obviously benefit from their friendships with Planned Parenthood despite the observable carnage and mental anguish it has wrought in the Black community.

Rev. Childress points out that “National attention would be nice but national conviction is why we are marching. African Americans whether they are Democrat, Republican or Independent cannot any longer allow public perception to be that people of color condone and support the dismemberment of children in the womb.”

For further information go to the website

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