Friday, February 01, 2019

Pleas for blacks to abandon the Democrats because of abortion

"Rochester [New York], we are better than this. We can provide a message of Life, acceptance, marriage, hope, healing, adoption, and more. There was a time, before Margaret Sanger and the Negro project, that the black community decried abortion. After coming through slavery and the attempt to kill us off, there was no way we would think of killing ourselves off by killing our babies. Two parent homes and education excellence was the norm. If we can just stop, repent, accept being duped, set aside political differences and focus on what truly matters – cultivating a culture of life and acceptance – we can kick off the shackles of victimhood and emerge as victorious as the slaves who walked off the plantations as freed men.
Everyone one of us, men and women alike, need to rise up, heal from our mistakes, and be silent no more. Those of us with chocolate skin have a Great opportunity – we have been handed a voice because the baby killers were unsuccessful at silencing us in the womb. No other people has had this opportunity." Ayesha Kreutz, founder of The Frederick Douglass Foundation of NY

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