Everything is a “civil right” these days. What about an unborn baby’s right to life?
The right to live isn’t man-made; it’s God-given. Vulnerable and voiceless unborn babies deserve their mother’s protection, not death for being inconvenient.
By now even Millennials are aware of the 1965 civil rights march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery. Black pro-lifers are staging a march of their own, this one for the unborn babies at risk of abortion — The Selma Project. Catherine Davis wrote this about the march:
Most of the women injured in these abortion centers that ignore the laws are Black and brown. More Black women are going into these centers alive and fertile and many come out infertile due to substandard medical practices. Some do not come out alive,
You are invited and as many as you will bring with you, to join me, Star Parker, Dr. Ashley Harrell, Alveda King, DeHavilland Ford, Charmaine Yoest and a host of others in Selma on Juneteenth, June 19, 2015 for a rally and a march across the Pettus Bridge on June 20th. Black women are being butchered and maimed in these substandard abortion clinics and the states are allowing it to happen right under our noses. Join us in saying no more! Join us in declaring #blackwomenmatter.
The pro-lifers also want to expose a baby killer named Samuel Lett. Medical facilities in Alabama must be licensed as an abortion mill if they kill 10 or more babies a month (PDF). The Central Alabama Women’s Clinic, where Lett kills babies, might be over the limit for an unlicensed facility. License requirements mean more oversight and accountability.
It’s a well-known and sad fact that black women account for a third of all abortions in the U.S. The only black lives that seem to matter to mainstream media and too many black people are the ones killed by white policemen. If black-on-black murder generates no outcry or outrage, what chance do black unborn babies have?