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Double Protest Against NAACP

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

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Protesters will stage actions at the NAACP’s Washington bureau, on April 3, and at the civil rights organization’s national headquarters, in Baltimore, the next day, said Rev. Edward Pinkney, the former head of the NAACP in Benton Harbor, Michigan. “We have given the NAACP a free pass, just like we gave Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson – because they’re Black.” Pinkney wants the NAACP’s non-profit status revoked for acting as an annex of the Democratic Party.

April 3, 2013, 10am – NAACP Branch Office, 1156 15th St. NW, Washington DC 20001
April 4, 2013, 10am – NAACP National Headquarters, 4805 Mt Hope Dr., Baltimore, MD

For more information contact Rev. Edward Pinkney
Phone 269-925-0001

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When a Nation Becomes Obsolete

Friday, March 15th, 2013


A few days ago, a person who is a highly respected professional shared a series of blogs with me. The title of the first article, “With no more cotton to pick, what will America do with 40 million black people?” resonated in my being, again. Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics asks virtually the same question in his best selling documentary Maafa 21. I found this observation chilling in Maafa 21, and just as disturbing by this new release of information in the blog series.

The article starts out by saying that “America is now getting out of the Black people business.” Well, in the African American community, we have known this little secret piece of news for years. Once slavery was over, our people became a burden rather than the high premium free labor we had been during slavery days.

The African American community is a nation within the nation called America. Often, we are still treated as second class citizens. Of course, in Christ we can ultimately agree that there is one human race, and all human beings, born and unborn are created equal, and endowed by our Creator, God, with certain inalienable rights.

In my own testimony as an African American woman, I experienced racial targeting by the abortion industry. I talk about it in my book, How Can The Dream Survive If We Murder The Children? (Also available from your local book retailer)

While we are waiting for America and indeed the world to get this memo, perhaps you will find some of the information in these pages of interest.

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Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood Praises Richard Nixon’s Progressive Idea of Family Planning to Abort ‘Little Black Bastards’ During ‘Age of Enlightenment’

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

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Contact: Day Gardner
National Black Pro-Life Union

WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Cecile Richards, head of notorious abortion provider, Planned Parenthood celebrates President Richard Nixon who supported aborting black babies, calling them “little black bastards.”

Outraged black leaders launched a video that includes statements made by Richards exposing the racial impetus of Richard Nixon’s and Planned Parenthood’s mission.

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“2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, 50th anniversary of MLK’s I have a dream speech, yet we find blacks are still shackled, supporting an organization that considers aborting ‘little black bastards’ an age of enlightenment,” said Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, referring to a comment made by Cecile Richards.

“For years Planned Parenthood has denied its founder’s Negro Project was aimed at controlling the black birth rate. On November 7, 2012 Cecile Richards finally took the shroud off their secret. In light of this revelation, we call on the Congress to defund Planned Parenthood, one of America’s last bastions of racism,” said Catherine Davis.

“Cecile Richards and Planned Parenthood openly support a racist agenda. Cecile poured accolades on Richard Nixon — a man who spoke arrogantly about abortion being used to kill off what he called ‘the little black bastards,’ said Day Gardner. “Richard Nixon was an ignorant, racist, foul-mouthed crook. The fact that Planned Parenthood’s president has the nerve to put Nixon on a pedestal for killing children proves what we have been saying all along. Planned Parenthood’s business model is exactly the same as when Margaret Sanger launched the hellish Negro Project in 1939,” said Gardner.

“What’s so bad about all of this is that some black organizations, such as the NAACP, are in bed with Planned Parenthood; promoting a false gospel; sacrificing our babies, our sons and our daughters on the altar of abortion while promoting the lie that contraceptives and abortion are somehow good for our communities. They are prostituting our culture and this flies in the face of God,” said Alveda King.

“Cecile Richards is wrong, dead wrong! The Nixon era was not an age of enlightenment but rather an age of sleazy back room deals, lies, confusion, scandal and racism…an age that ushered in a wave of brutal dismemberment and torture culminating in the deaths of more than 55 million babies…17 million ‘little black bastards’ DEAD — according to Cecile Richard’s idol.” concluded Gardner.

Dr. Alveda C. King is the daughter of the late slain civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Founder of King  for America, Inc. She is Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life and consultant to the Africa Humanitarian Christian Fellowship. A published author of Sons of Thunder, The King Family Legacy, I Don’t Want Your Man, I Want My Own and the newly released Life At All Costs. She is a voice for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, speaking about her regret for her abortion. Contact:  Eugene, 470-244-3302

Catherine Davis is founder and president of the Life Restoration Project, a pro-family, pro-life organization devoted to restoration of Biblical values in the culture ( and author of the soon to be released book:  The Fight for Life, taking it to the Street.    Contact: 678-381-1058

Dr. Day Gardner is president of the National Black Pro-Life Union which was founded to serve as a clearing house to help coordinate the flow of communications among Black  pro-life organizations and individuals in order to better network and combine resources– headquartered in Washington, DC, (  She is also  author of the novel: If Not  For Grace.  Contact:, 202-834-0844.

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National Demonstrations Planned for April 3 & 4, 2013

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

NAACP ProtestFor Immediate Release
Contact Rev. Edward Pinkney, BANCO president

April 4 marks the 45th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s murder

Where: Protests against the NAACP to be held at two locations:

April 3, 10am
NAACP regional office
1156 15th St., Washinton D.C

April 4, 10am
NAACP National Headquarters
4805 Mt Hope Dr. in Baltimore

Who: Church groups, community activists, and black organizations including BANCO (Black Autonomy Network Community Organization).

What: Protest against the NAACP

Why: Demand and end to corruption and misrepresentation by NAACP at all levels and President Ben Jealous, the national board members to resign and members elect the president and a new board.

We will lobby congress to demand that a complete investigation of the NAACP be conducted to show corruption and corporoate influence. We will push for the organization’s 501c3 non-profit status be revoked by the IRS.

We must take action due to the failure of the civil rights organization to represent the best interests of African American communities. Issues range from destruction of the black family, violation of member’s civil and human rights, to the extraordinarily high incarceration rate of black men.

The only word that can define the gross negligence of the NAACP is betrayal. They have abondoned our community’s morality and our economic and educational needs — all for corporate money.

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National Black Prolife Coalition (NBPC) Attacked for Fighting to Save Black Babies

Monday, February 25th, 2013

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Philadelphia’s Tara Murtha’s article entitled “Propaganda Film Exploits Gosnell Tragedy to Promote Conspiracy Theory” misleads people and promotes the continuation of the same old abortion practices that allowed the Gosnells of the world to continue to hurt women and kill babies.

With the use of such slanted language like “propaganda, ” “anti-choice,” and “conspiracy theory” Ms. Murtha’s clearly shows herself to be a mouthpiece for the abortion industry.

In the article she echoes Planned Parenthood’s misleading claim that “abortion only represents three percent of Planned Parenthood’s services.” A claim that they make because of, among other things, “unbundling” of services related to abortion. A practice whereby they see a patient over a couple of days for an abortion and they classify some of the services like the pregnancy test, or the initial exam as not part of the abortion but list it under other services. Whatever the percentage of their business that they count as abortion services, they are leading the charge to legally murder over 55 million babies to date. Add this to the fact that they performed a record number of abortions as reported in their 2012 annual report, 333,964, percentages don’t really mean a lot.

Another statement made by Ms. Murtha clearly showed that she is not really concerned about the facts. She states that “Right Wing Watch took notice of the group [NBPC] for posting billboard campaigns in Atlanta with slogans like, “Abortion Makes Three-Fifths Human Seem Overly Generous.” A fact which is disputed by Ryan Bomberger in a comment he left where he states, “Not that frothing liberal sources like Right Wing Watch ever bother to check the facts, the Atlanta “Juneteenth” billboard campaign wasn’t even sponsored by the National Black Prolife Coalition. It was solely created and launched by The Radiance Foundation. But it’s not accuracy you seek, simply animosity.”

With regards to “conspiracy theory,” the numbers don’t lie. Blacks make up about 12 percent of the population yet account for about 35 percent of the abortions in this country. Approximately 79 percent of Planned Parenthood clinics are located in minority neighborhoods. In New York about 60 percent of black babies are aborted. More black babies are aborted than are born alive. That’s a result of a group being targeted for elimination, not conspiracy theory. That’s GENOCIDE! Clear and simple!

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In The Trenches: A message from our friend Rev. Walter Hoye

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013


Two (2) weeks after the election:

In the Black Pro-Life Movement the fight for life in our culture is not about moving votes from the “left” to the “right”, repealing Obamacare or reversing Roe.

It is about reaching the heart and soul of our people for Christ sake and we’ve got so much work left to do.

It’s not about the courtroom.

It is about our culture.

We’ve got to make 2013 count.

It’s 40 years too long.

Godspeed everyone.

— Walter Hoye

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NAACP & Sanger: Birth Control Propaganda Starting in Harlem

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

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Dear Friends, please read the note and link below sent to me by a concerned young prayer warrior.

Spread the Word, speak the truth, in Agape love.

“Dear Dr. King, I saw how NAACP is threatening to sue and Bomberger, and I decided to do research on NAACP, thinking, surely they were pro-life. And although Angela Davis, who seemed connected to the NAACP didn’t like Sanger, W.E. DuBois did. And he was a co-founder of the NAACP.”

“I’m a bit surprised, and this article I’m posting a link to, has evidence of the connection to the Urban League, NAACP, and some of our most celebrated leaders, Mary McCleod Bethune who helped Sanger to reach out to the Black community. Even if it was unconscious, almost a 100 years later, it’s hurtful to see.”

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Smiles of Victory

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

“The joy of The Lord is your strength.” – Nehemiah 8:10

Walter Hoye at NAACP Protest

Our good friend Rev. Walter Hoye of and a youth for life took a moment at the NAACP Image Awards Protest during Black History Month to show the world a victory smile.

Black Prolife leaders from across the country led the protest in LA on February 1, 2013. The night before, the National Black Prolife Coalition and Students for Life hosted a screening at the University of Southern California.

Bryan with YouthsThe youth in the picture with Walter and the hundreds of thousands of youth who attend the walks and marches are proof positive that we are winning because God hears the cries of the children and the repentant prayers of the elders.

“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. – 2 Chronicles 7:14

In light of recent developments, including the NAACP exposé and uncovering of the truth that abortions and contraceptives kill babies and their mothers, we thank God that the truth is getting out.

The NAACP doesn’t like the light of truth being shined on them that they will go to any length to stop us as evident by the recent threat of legal action against Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation, a bullying tactive in an attempt to silence someone who is simply telling the truth.

In the battle to defund planned parenthood and recall abortion, we are always encouraged when the young people join the fight.

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Black History Month Tribute: Strength, Persistence, Talent

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Black History Month

Contributor & author: Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD, (San Francisco) board-certified anesthesiologist, professor, lawyer and Association of American Physicians and Surgeons member (see bio at bottom of release)

Interview – Contact Dr. Singleton directly at, 510-421-5800,, (reporters and journalists welcome!)

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Author/contributor: Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D.

Black history in American has certainly had its ups and downs. It’s troubling when, for political theater, those who should know better fail to emphasize the inspirational stories that highlight the strengths of blacks and the humanity of whites. While it is undeniable that cruelty and suffering are part of this country’s history, at some point it is counterproductive to paint blacks as weak victims of the white man’s callousness.

There were always free blacks in America (including my family). Indeed, in 1641, Mathias De Sousa, an African indentured servant who came from England with Lord Baltimore, was elected to Maryland’s General Assembly. The first census of 1790 counted 19 per cent black Americans, 10 per cent of whom were free.

Black Americans served on both sides during the Revolutionary War. The British promised freedom to slaves belonging to Patriot masters who served. Because of his manpower shortages, George Washington lifted the ban on black enlistment in the Continental Army in January 1776, creating his so-called “mixed multitude,” which was 15 per cent black. Economist Walter Williams is so correct that necessity can overcome prejudice.

Nestled in the back of some folks’ minds was (is?) the notion that blacks were not as intelligent as whites. They certainly couldn’t have had the smarts to be doctors. James Derham (c. 1757-1802?), born a slave in Philadelphia, proved the naysayers wrong. He was the first known black American physician, although not professionally trained in medical school. As was common at the time, physicians were trained in apprenticeships. Young Derham was fortunate that his three early masters were physicians who taught him to read and write.

Derham’s third owner taught the young teen how to mix and administer medicines. After this owner, who had been arrested during the war for being a Tory, died in prison, Derham was sold to a British officer, and he served as a doctor to soldiers. After the war, he became the property of a Scottish physician (appropriately named Dr. Love) from New Orleans, who hired him to work as a medical assistant and apothecary.

By 1783, Derham quickly saved enough money to buy his freedom, and he set up his own medical practice in New Orleans. Derham, who spoke English, French, and Spanish, was a popular and highly regarded doctor, who treated both black and white patients. By age 30, Derham earned more than $3,000 annually.

Derham’s medical paper on his success in treating diphtheria caught the attention of Benjamin Rush, a physician who signed the Declaration of Independence, served as surgeon general of the Continental Army, and has been called “the father of American medicine.” Rush invited Derham to Philadelphia in 1788 and was so impressed that he encouraged him to stay. There, Derham became an expert in throat diseases and in the relationship between weather and disease.

In 1789, Derham returned to New Orleans, where he saved many yellow fever victims. He stopped practicing medicine in 1801, when the new city regulations required a formal medical degree to be considered a doctor. Nothing is known of his whereabouts after 1802.

The first university-trained black American physician was James McCune Smith, born in 1813 to slave parents who were emancipated by New York law. Despite his scholastic achievements at the Free African School of New York, he was denied admission to American medical schools. When he was 19 years old, the Glasgow Emancipation Society helped Smith enroll in Scotland’s University of Glasgow. He received his B.A. degree in 1835 and his M.D. degree in 1837. A skilled debater and lecturer, Smith was a founding member of the New York Statistics Society in 1852, and was elected as an early member of the American Geographic Society.

The first American medical degree was conferred on David J. Peck, born circa 1826 into a free black family in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1846, after studying two years with a private physician, he enrolled in Rush Medical College and graduated in 1847. Peck practiced medicine in Philadelphia for 2 years before moving to Central America to start a homeland for free blacks in Nicaragua.

Thank you, doctors, for paving the way for my grandfather, my father, and me.

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King, Pavone, Gardner appalled by rising death counts on NAACP, CBC watch

Friday, February 8th, 2013

SPACERLeRoy CarhartAnother woman and baby dead by legal abortion and African American and other religious prolife leaders are outraged as the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, many in the Christian and political community and others remain silent on the Reproductive Genocide issue.

“The death count keeps rising. Why aren’t our highly visible “leaders” protesting?” asks Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life and post-abortive spokeswoman for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.

“It has happened again. Another mother has been killed by so-called ‘safe and legal’ abortion,” said Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life. “It happens constantly, in fact, but the abortion industry usually succeeds in covering it up. And even when they don’t, the rest of us succeed in keeping it relatively quiet. Late-term abortionist LeRoy Carhart began an abortion procedure a few days ago on a woman who was about 33 weeks pregnant. These abortions are legal, and he performs them at his killing center in Germantown, MD. Yesterday, she developed complications. The abortionist could not be reached. She was taken to the emergency room by private vehicle, and she died,” Pavone explained.

“Women of all ages, shapes, sizes and ethnicities are dying by abortion,” added King who cited the recent death by abortion of Tonya Reaves in Chicago. “My great-great grandfather , Dr. Adam Daniel Williams, a pastor original NAACP founder would be appalled to know that mothers and children are being denied liberty and life at the hands of the abortion/contraceptives industry. We must RECALL ABORTION now.”

Day Gardner, founder of the National Black Pro-Life Union laments, “This recent death adds to the chilling reports of reproductive genocide in America. why is the NAACP silent… again? As a child, I thought the NAACP to be a super hero organization; an organization that would fight racism down to its very core — and like a super hero — it would always stand for truth and justice…fighting boldly for civil rights and freedom for all black people.”

“Apparently, there was some fine print in there that said — except for those children who are too small to defend themselves — we will allow their civil rights to be violated,” said Gardner.

“What bothers me most is the NAACP is very quick to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us. Black women and their unborn children are targeted by the abortion industry while the NAACP looks the other way,” Gardner concluded.

It would seem that the National Black Prolife Coalition is striking a serious nerve and a serious chord in their efforts to expose the blatant Reproductive Genocide Movement in America. When Ryan Bomberger posted an add calling out the National Association for the Abortion of Colored People on his websites, the NAACP squealed real loud, even going to the point of calling their attorneys to apply scare tactics to charge Ryan to back down. The NAACP was also shocked by the aggressive prayer protest hosted by Dr. Johnny Hunter, Pastor Stephen Broden, Rev. Walter Hoye, and other Black leaders of the National Black Prolife Coalition who appeared with local leaders at the February 1, 2013 NAACP Image Awards to demand that the NAACP break ties with the abortion and contraceptives industry, headed up by Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider. The leaders also demanded that the NAACP break ties with the homosexual marriage campaign and return to those values that are life affirming for colored people.

“There really is a National Alliance, Campaign or Association for the Abortion of Colored People. This force to be reckoned with includes Planned Parenthood, the NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, the abortion supporting political powers that be, and unfortunately the Christian pastors of America who for the most part are watching this debacle play out from the sidelines,” said Alveda King.

“Since 1973, over 55 million babies have been legally aborted – which means slaughtered or killed – in America. Black babies make up nearly one third of the deaths, which is Reproductive Genocide in that the living African American population in America is estimated to be around 13%. Add to these startling figures the deaths and serious injuries of women who are victims of the supposedly “safe, legal and rare” abortions and harmful, invasive contraceptives that the Alliance for the Abortion of Colored People want to keep ramming down our throats while they keep laughing at us all the way to the bank, filling their coffers at the expense of the blood shed by our babies and our women.

“Enough is enough already! Too many babies are dead; too many women are hurt, suffering or dead by acts of abortion. If people really want to advance colored people, they will help the least of these rediscover the lost values that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke of during his lifetime. They will help colored people and all people discover purpose in life. They will help people find jobs, and finish their education. They will recall abortion. They will own up to the duplicities that they attempt to cover up with deceptive ad campaigns that promise to help us when all the time they keep killing us.

“Pray that the voices against this injustice will increase, will grow stronger, and that America will wake up before it is too late,” King concluded.

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