The Difference Between The NAACP And The NAAPC

The NAACP, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, on their website, states, “Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans.”

The NAACP, although their name suggests they are helping only Black people, they actually help protect the civil rights of all Americans, regardless of race, according to their statement above. According to their website’s history, “ The NAACP was formed partly in response to the continuing horrific practice of lynching and the 1908 race riot in Springfield, the capital of Illinois…” and today most view the organization as mostly advocating for the Black community, or at least for the Black community that is this side of the womb. While still in the womb, according to the NAACP, neither Black children nor American children have value, except to the abortionists who made a hefty profit every time they kill one of them. The life of the mother has more value than the life of the unborn child, so much so that she may choose to kill that child if it interferes with her life style or plans.

The NAAPC, National Association for the Advancement of Preborn Children, on their website, states, “The National Association for the Advancement of Preborn Children advocates through education for the equal humanity and personhood of the preborn child from the moment of conception (fertilization). This includes “Children in Vitro” conceived by the new science of in vitro fertilization, which substitutes a tube of glass (the test tube) for a tube of flesh (the fallopian tube) in which conception of the very tiny new human being occurs. It is our goal to bring justice to preborn children and to help educate people about their equal humanity and personhood.”

Unlike the NAACP, the NAAPC is fighting for the rights of ALL preborn children, regardless of age, color, ethnicity, gender, or who your parents are. They do not exclude anyone. If you are preborn, they’re fighting for your right to life so that you can then enjoy the civil rights that the NAACP is fighting to preserve. Without the NAAPC, the rights that the NAACP is fighting for don’t mean a thing, at least to the unborn that don’t get to live, especially if one of those rights is the right to kill your baby if you so choose.

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