When I spoke at CalState about Planned Parenthood’s war on the poor, you heard about the African American girls ripping my photos from the walls. And you heard about the violent protests that were planned to drown out my voice.
Well, the protesters were there and they tried to stop me. But thankfully, the university had VERY tight security and my good friend, former NFL player Rosey Grier, was there by my side. Friend, the students who invited me to that campus are brave and they also took risks. But they know, like you and I do, that more young Americans are like the black pastors that CURE reaches out to! Many of them have never heard a conservative public policy position. These students are about to enter into their professional lives, and even into politics. And like our pastors, they need to hear my story about freedom, abortion, and how conservatives must fight to have a voice in public policy. I want to thank them, again, for becoming the freedom-fighters our country needs!
Also, Glenn Beck‘s website, The Blaze, just posted a video of me and a pro-abortion professor from that school who tried to grill me because I compared Planned Parenthood’s war on blacks to slavery. I think you will appreciate my response to her hysterics:
Star Parker is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education. Contact her at www.urbancure.org.