| Black Leaders Gather in Denver to Decry Black Genocide During the DNC |
DENVER, Aug. 23 /Christian Newswire/ -- Colorado Right to Life and American Right to Life will stand with black leaders from around the country at their Power in the Park rally and press conference on August 25, 2008, 8:30 am at Martin Luther King Park, one block from the largest Planned Parenthood abortuary in the nation.
The killing center, dubbed Auschwieitz, by local opponents of the racist organization, is situated in north Denver's minority neighborhood - consistent with the patterns of targeting minorities noted by Blackgenocide.org.
Speakers include presidential candidate Dr. Alan Keyes with America's Independent Party, Jessie Lee Peterson, president of BOND, Rev Clenard Childress of Blackgenocide.org, Flip Benham of Operation Rescue National, and Denver's Bishop Phillip Porter, former chairman of Promise Keepers, who will expose the tragedy that although black women comprise 6% of the population, they receive nearly 40% of the abortions in America. The leading abortion providers exploit blacks by placing 94% of abortuaries in urban neighborhoods with high black populations.
These leaders agree with CRTL and ARTL that because abortion is always wrong, every innocent human life deserves legal protection, from the moment of fertilization and through natural death.
Black leaders, including Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King have recently been asking why black Americans are being targeted by Planned Parenthood for abortions and demanding that the killing stop.
Dr. Keyes, in fact, relates his revulsion about Denver's new abortion mill:
"The number one taker of black life is abortion, and it's time people woke up to that fact. The location of this latest Planned Parenthood facility in yet another minority neighborhood is a part of the continuing fulfillment of the racist, eugenicist dream of their founder, Margaret Sanger, but it is a travesty of the American dream. Planned Parenthood's agenda discards the principle that we are all created equal, which is the basis of liberty for all Americans." -- Alan Keyes