Four out of ten black children are killed in the womb. Black lives matter as much as any other life, inside and outside of the womb. Take a bold stand to let the world know!
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That’s a bold statement. It is almost like you are saying that the blacklivesmatter movement or black oeople in general are not pro-life! I am pro-life and I am a Black woman. Although, I do support having a voice, sometimes you have to be careful about how you say things. Generalizing is one of the biggest problems in any form of protest! Stastically, African Americans live in poorer neighborhoods with little resources and Public School systems….the lack of education is the problem. Not black people!
The point is that people march in the street trying to protect black lives from injustice, yet ignore the number one killer of black lives — abortion. In fact, abortion kills more black people than all other causes combined. I know there are black pro-life advocates (see picture above), but they are few and far between. I’ve been involved with this movement in every imaginable way, including weekly protests in the street and at abortion centers. There are rarely black people involved. I hope we can change this by working together. We need to awaken the black community to the tragedy of abortion. It’s literally decimating the community. And I agree, education is the key, even when that education stings.
Raising awareness is one thing, but making a bold statement that the purpose of the black lives matter movement is another. The movement was created for police brutality. There is no need to include the BLM movement. As you stated, there are black pro- life groups, and whether there is 1 or 1,000 they exist to educate. As I stated, more African Americans live in poorer communities. A lack of resources including, transportation, quality schools, health clinics, and social service agencies all contribute to the lack of knowledge in the black community. Your point is valid and it is also offensive.
I edited my post, hopefully addressing your concerns. But I do feel it’s important to point out the hypocrisy of claiming that ‘black lives matter’ while ignoring the greatest destroyer of black lives. In case you were unaware, the Black Lives Matter movement has partnered with Planned Parenthood. Also, in case you weren’t aware, the Radiance Foundation, a pro-life group that’s run by a black man and supported by Alveda King, MLK’s niece, have also pointed out the hypocrisy of the Black Lives Matter movement. Sheriff David Clarke, a black man, has also brought their hypocrisy to light.
As we have agreed, education is key. Thank you so much for all you do to protect our prenatal children of all colors and races.
I believe there is good and bad in every area of life. For brown people like me, the movement represents supporting the lives of those who are being killed unlawfully by police. No, I was not aware that the movement supports Planned Parenthood but I do know that Planned Parenthood does way more for women than abortions. I appreciaoh you re-evaluating how your statement was originally written and making some changes. But, if the #blacklivesmatter movement supports abortion, I do not agree with that. Thank you for all that you do to advocate for unborn children without a voice. You are their voice and what you do is important because every life deserves to live!
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