Pastor Clenard Childress of BlackGenocide.org and the Life Education And Resource Network (L.E.A.R.N.) recently protested outside the NAACP’s annual convention venue along with other pro-lifers in Cincinnati, Ohio, to expose the organization’s indifference toward the high rate of abortion among black women.
At last year’s demonstration outside the NAACP’s convention in Philadelphia, the pro-lifers featured a sign of a Confederate flag image and an aborted baby that read: “Which is more hateful? Evil done to us? Evil done by us?”
At this year’s protest, Pastor Childress said that abortion mill Planned Parenthood is the leading killer of unarmed black Americans.
“We follow the NAACP wherever they go with their conventions and bring as many people as we can until they take up the issue of abortion, and how it is decimating the African American community and how it is causing horrific health ramifications with women. They are in a gross state of negligence as an African American organization for not having a forum or seminars on abortion.”
L.E.A.R.N.’s national director Dr. Johnny Hunter said in a statement that it’s “shameful and embarrassing to witness such a great organization with such a rich history be reduced to pawns of the eugenic plot to market abortion and sterilization to the Afro-American community. The NAACP owes it to the women and men of its organization to facilitate a forum where we can have the discussion on the inside.”
Minister Angela Minter, founder of Sisters for Life, called Planned Parenthood a “harborer of death and a destroyer of life.”
All lives matter, Pastor Childress said. How can the NAACP advance “colored people” and collaborate with an organization that kills those unborn children?
The pastor also traveled to Philadelphia ahead of the DNC convention to protest in front of abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s former house of horrors clinic. He said of Planned Parenthood standing with Black Lives Matter: “You’re a hypocrite unless you deal with the 1,700 African American children killed each day by abortion.”
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