PreNDA Bill Brings the Civil Rights Battle to the Forefront Says Dr. King
Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act authored by Congressman Trent Franks and
other distinguished members of Congress is a brave and honest approach to
the solutions to the violations of the civil rights of America’s weakest
population, the pre-born,” says Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Associate for
Priests for Life, Founder of King for America, and niece of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr.
“Sex-selection is increasingly a reason women seek abortions, especially
among immigrant populations from cultures that prefer a child of one gender
over another. Growing evidence shows that many babies are now targeted for
abortion for race-selection as well. In the ongoing battles to ensure that
all Americans’ civil rights are protected, our focus must be on the horrific
nature of race-selection abortion, and the deliberate targeting of minority
communities. We publicly abhor slavery and mount campaigns to end racism,
yet America often denies the little victims in the womb their civil rights
to live,” Dr. King explained.
“Women and minorities have been victims of discrimination for centuries. Now
the battle is being forged in the womb as well. Equal opportunity should be
for everyone, no matter how small they are. Add to this the racist practice
of eugenics where minority babies are targeted for the abortion mills, and
you have blatant disregard for the civil rights of an American population.
The Alan Guttmacher Institute, along with the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC), shows that a huge majority of abortion clinics are
located in minority neighborhoods and some experts estimate the number at
higher than 75%. The rationale is that blacks and other minorities are
poorer and cannot afford abortions, so the clinics invade their communities.
Since when is killing a person the answer to providing civil rights for a
people or group?
Race and sex targeting are barbaric and do nothing to protect the health of
the mother. They are simply discriminatory practices. Because the official
policy of the United States is to eliminate race-based discrimination,
wherein U.S. law prohibits the dissimilar treatment of persons of different
races who are similarly situated, and United States law prohibits
discrimination on the basis of race in various contexts, including the
provision of employment, education, housing, health insurance coverage, and
athletics, then equality under the law should not be denied or abridged by
the United States or by any state on account of race, even in the instance
The Alan Guttmacher Institute reports that 37 percent of all abortions
performed in America are on Black women. This amounts to a huge profit for
the abortion industry of over $4,000,000,000 (yes, billion) from the Black
community for abortions alone. What could America do to help people with
that kind of money? Failing school systems, school drop-outs, the war on
drugs, need we go on?
“The civil rights movement is again front and center, on the side of the
girl babies and the minority babies. We’re signing on today to plead their
case. While a woman has the right to choose what she does with her body, the
babies are not her body.
Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act