Abortion is the number one killer of the African American community and Planned Parenthood, which places their killing centers in Black neighborhoods is the largest provider of abortions in the nation.
According to the most recent stats, 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic.
The root of abortion and Planned Parenthood is eugenics and racism.
Sadly, despite the fact that African Americans are the target of abortion some Blacks are promoting it in Tennessee even speaking for it in local churches.
The Black Group, SisterReach clearly advocates for abortion and Planned Parenthood:
They even list abortion giant Planned Parenthood as a “Partner”
According to Yeson1tn’s website, As a result of the pro-abortion ruling in Planned Parenthood of Middle Tennessee v. Sundquist, Tennesseans can no longer enforce common sense protections for abortion-vulnerable women or unborn children.
Because each of Tennessee’s 8 border states have active policies requiring informed consent, waiting periods and regulation of abortion facilities by state Department of Health, Tennessee has quickly become a destination for women, girls, spouses, partners and parents seeking unregulated abortions.
Since 2000, the primary goal of pro-life Tennesseans has been to overturn this wrong court ruling and restore the ability of citizens and elected officials to decide Tennessee’s abortion policies.
Formerly referred to as Senate Joint Resolution 127 (SJR 127), Amendment 1 has been placed on the ballot for public vote in November 2014.
Sister Reach’s board consists of Elizabeth Dorse-Merriwether, Jasmine Burnett, Tomeka Hart, Orisha Bowers, La Tonia Denee Blankenship.
According to her Linkedin page, Sister Reach board member Jasmine Burnett was the ACA Outreach Organizer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America until earlier this year. A cached version of a Planned Parenthood newsletter shows Tomeka Hart speaking on their behalf ( read here), Orisha Bowers is featured in this Planned Parenthood newsletter( here) as well as their Pinterest page (here.)
According to an article in The Nation, Sister Reach has been a presence on local historically black campuses, registering voters at Tennessee State University’s homecoming and planning a forum for this week at LeMoyne-Owen College on Amendment 1.
SisterReach has been busy in churches, a critical place they believe they will reach black voters in Tennessee.
The organization’s interfaith coordinator has found that one way to reach people in the pews to oppose restricting abortion in the state is to invoke scripture. “She’s showing in the Bible where women were self-determining and that was okay, whether we’re talking about Deborah or Tamar or Queen Vashti,” Sister Reach spokesperson Cherisse Scott told The Nation.
Abortion is the wholesale slaughter of unborn children and to have anyone using the Holy Scriptures to promote it is horrific.
• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic
• 73.2 % of babies #aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic
• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic
• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic
• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic
• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic
• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic
• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic
• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic
• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic
• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic
• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic
Hopefully Black voters in the state will reject this attempt by Black Trojan Horse abortion and Planned Parenthood mouthpieces from Sister Reach to sway them to oppose Amendment 1. Blacks typically claim to be pro-life on abortion so how black Tennesseans vote on Amendment 1 may prove to be decisive.
Seventeen percent of Tennessee’s population is African-American. In the state’s most populous cities, Memphis and Nashville, that percentage jumps to 63 and 29 respectively, cites The Nation.
For help educating the Black voting public I recommend the documentary film Maafa21 which explains how abortion was founded in eugenic racism and targets the African American community- watch it for free here http://www.maafa21.com.