Motives: Self Examination – Truth Crushed to earth rises again in Georgia!

During a time of soul searching, looking for answers, I kind of felt like a woman doing a self examination of her breasts, holding her breath, hoping not to find a lump. Not to worry, I’m not about to blog about the link between breast cancer, contraceptives and abortion, although there really is a link…
What comes to mind here, is that as we examine ourselves to see that we are “in the faith”, the opportunity to strengthen our soul-esteem comes when we remember that Jesus is our source, and by working together in teams, much can be accomplished… Jesus had a team of 11 devoted disciples (not counting Judas) and the 12 of them, Jesus and the 11 gave us the victories of the New Testament. Jesus is Lord, and his teachable followers can accomplish the greater works that HE promised.
The article below is so encouraging because the team of Black Prolife Leaders, working with other Prolife Warriors were prayerfully able to make a difference in the ongoing battle for life. God bless you…
National Black Leaders Join Georgia Legislators to End Ugliest Form of Racism: Abortion

Contact: Catherine Davis, Georgia Right to Life, 678-571-5309

ATLANTA, Feb. 11 /Christian Newswire/ — In 2008, blacks made up 30% of the population but over 57% of the abortions in Georgia. Today national black leaders gathered at the Georgia State Capitol to join a bipartisan group of black and white Georgia legislators to call for an end to the disproportionate levels of abortion in the black community in Georgia.

“Black children are aborted at three times the rate of all other populations. Georgia leads the country in the number of reported abortions performed on black women, 18,901 in 2008 alone,” Catherine Davis, Director of Minority Outreach for Georgia Right to Life reported.

Dr. Johnny Hunter, President of LEARN noted, “The civil rights activists did not fight to make lynching safe, legal, and rare. They ended it. We must fight to end the ugliest form of racism: abortion.”

Dr. La Verne Tolbert, former board member of Planned Parenthood stated, “Abortions increase where clinics are located and where are those clinics located? Ninety-four percent of the clinics are located in urban areas where blacks reside. In my own neighborhood which is an African American neighborhood in California, there are three abortion clinics strategically located all in the same area.”

On Tuesday, Representative Barry Loudermilk introduced bipartisan legislation that targets this very issue. The Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, HB 1155, makes it illegal to knowingly perform, solicit or accept funding for either race- or sex-selection abortions. This bill is based upon existing federal legislation in the 111th US Congress.

“In Georgia, you cannot fire or hire a person based upon their race or gender. If discrimination is wrong in the workplace and in schools, those same standards should be applied to who enters this life and who doesn’t. No child should be kept from entering this world based upon their race, color, or sex,” said Representative Loudermilk

Dr. Johnny Hunter stated, “All the civil rights gained in education, voting, and equal job opportunities mean nothing to a dead black child.”

Catherine Davis noted, “HB 1155 will not victimize or harm women, but will hold accountable those who would perform, solicit, or coerce an abortion because of the race, color, or sex of the child.”

Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr. commented, “I commend Rep. Loudermilk and the other legislators for ending this last bastion of racism. Abortion is the civil rights issue of the 21st Century.”

3 Responses to “Motives: Self Examination – Truth Crushed to earth rises again in Georgia!”

  1. Disciple says:

    Soul-esteem…I like that! :)

    Thank you, Dr. King, for all you’re doing to raise awareness of the abortion industry’s all-out attack on the black community. I agree with you, abortion is the civil rights issue of the 21st century. I was raised in Birmingham, where I have lived most (not all) my life. I was born in the late 50′s, so I missed out on a lot of what happened in the civil rights movement back then. But I’ve spoken out against injustice ever since I was old enough to recognize it. And I speak out against the genocide of abortion every chance I get.

    May God bless you and all your work, Dr. King. Peace be with you.

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