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WATCH: Black Organizations Used to Be Pro-Life — What Happened?

“It is interesting how everyone assumes that the pro-life movement in America began in 1973 with Roe v. Wade,” Pastor Stephen Broden said. “But we who were around during the civil rights movement and the struggle of the 1960s, we know that the first anti-abortion groups were organizations like the Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam, and other community organizations.”

Pastor Broden said these groups spoke out against preventing conception and killing children after conception.

Abortion-supporting liberal Jesse Jackson used to be pro-life and even called for a constitutional amendment to ban the killing of the unborn. He said abortion was genocide.

So what happened? Pastor Broden explains:

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  1. Thank you, Pastor Broden, for being so truthful.