Currently a photograph of a lovely Nigerian little girl is going viral. She’s likely as beautiful as the Queen of Sheba, Queen Esther, and Sara; all beautiful women in the Bible.
She is certainly a bright light and is proof and evidence that we are one blood/one human race [Acts 17:26]. Beauty transcends skin color racism. There’s that ugly word again; racism. It’s time to slay that beast.
We talk about racism in our new books coming out soon: NOT COLOR BLIND. SLAVERY, RACISM AND ABORTION, and ABORTION IN BLACK AND WHITE. You will not want to miss the insight regarding the battle for the generations which is addressed in each of these books.
We’ve got to protect our children from the nefarious tentacles of organizations like Planned Parenthood. You’d be shocked to find out that they’re in league with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Campaign, Boys Scouts, Girl Scouts, Essence Magazine and so many more. Together they are in cahoots to promote sexuality in such a way that threatens the beauty of our children while hiding racism agendas which reek of eugenics, racism and genocide. Because of their collective agenda, procreation and the continuation of the one blood human race are under attack.
Now, you may be thinking: “There goes that old lady talking again.” Well yes, I’m 67 years old. Yes, I am a civil rights warrior from the 20th century. Yes, I’m the daughter of Rev. Alfred Daniels Williams King and Naomi Ruth Barber King, civil rights legends in their own right although you may never have heard of them.
What you do need to hear over and over is that the sanctity of life is a major issue. However, while abortion is a civil wrong and life is a civil right, there are other key social and moral issues that must also be addressed in a holistic approach to healing America. Good education, addressing disproportionate incarceration of our young people, eliminating human trafficking, finding a compassionate path to citizenship for immigrants, reducing poverty, healing the breakdown of the family, fair health care; they all matter. We just need to be born first, and not aborted. Remember, abortion separates people from their families, their parents, and from life forever.
Dr. Alveda C. King serves as a Pastoral Associate and Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, the African-American Outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries.