Abortion is not just a woman’s issue. It’s a human rights issue.
Today, with more than 28% of all black pregnancies ending in induced abortion, it is a human crisis.
Abortion is the number one killer of black lives in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, abortion kills more black people than HIV, homicide, diabetes, accident, cancer, and heart disease … combined.
In 2014, African-American women comprised 13.3% of the U.S. population, but black women had 36% of all abortions.
Visit the websites below to learn more about the genocide of black babies in America.
Abort73.com is an online resource designed to to expose the practice of abortion as an injustice of historic proportions by persistently, creatively, and comprehensively educating individuals, especially the youth, with the massive body of evidence that stands against it.
Black Genocide works to ensure the survival of all races of people and to improve the quality of life while acknowledging the sanctity of all human life. They offer quality, peaceful, non-violence leadership training, and they embrace the precept of overcoming evil with ethical alternatives.
Live Action uses powerful and dynamic media platforms to educate the public about the humanity of the unborn and investigative journalism to expose the threats against the vulnerable and defenseless. Live Action’s president, Lila Rose, has led undercover investigations into America’s most notorious abortion facilities.
Maafa 21 is a compelling, disturbing, thought-provoking documentary film about black abortions in America. Viewed from a historical perspective, Maafa 21 looks at the plan set in motion nearly 150 years ago to exterminate the black race. This DVD may be borrowed from the Grand Rapids Right to Life resource center.
Michigan Department of Community Health
The State of Michigan compiles information on induced abortions. Statistics gathered include abortions performed on women regarding age, race, and county of residence. For an update on a variety of abortion statistics in our state, visit the Michigan Department of Community Health website.
Right to Life of Michigan
50.6% of all Michigan abortions are performed on black women. Understanding this reality, Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund is working to educate people on the disproportionately high number of minority abortions in Michigan and in the United States.
Too Many Aborted
In order to cherish and protect the beautiful potential of human life, the TooManyAborted.com campaign exposes the abortion industry that profits from deception and destruction. They seek to educate the public about abortion’s impact on the black community through accurate and thought-provoking videos and marketing materials.