Wednesday, October 24, 2012

ALL Pro-Life Today: Targeting the black community

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Targeting the black community
By Stephen E. Broden
The deliberate targeting of the black community by Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry has resulted in a kind of bloodletting that is unprecedented to any known human attack in modern history. Even Hitler was unable to wreak the level of havoc that has occurred since the Supreme Court legalized the taking of innocent life in the 1973Roe v. Wade decision. 

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Why are black women three times more likely to have an abortion?
Life Issues Connector
Why are black women over 3 times more likely to obtain an abortion than white women? Even though African Americans are only 12.6% of the population, they received 30% of the 1.2 million abortions in 2008 (latest available statistics), killing 360,000 black babies at a rate of nearly 1,000 per day. More than 16 million African American unborn babies have died from legalized abortion, which suggests that the current black population of 39 million would have been more than a third larger without abortion. This scourge is the leading cause of death for African Americans, more than all other causes combined, including AIDS, violent crimes, accidents, cancer and heart disease. African Americans have been disproportionately hurt by abortion because they have been targeted from the beginning. This is truly a case of black genocide, and Planned Parenthood is one of the major players in this tragedy. 

UCLA researchers link IVF to increased birth defect risk
Researchers studying the incidence of birth defects in California have found that children conceived by in vitro fertilization have a significantly higher rate of genetic disorders compared to children conceived naturally. UCLA researchers presented findings from their study, titled, "Congenital Malformations Associated With Assisted Reproductive Technology: A California Statewide Analysis," on October 20 at the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference in New Orleans. The research team noted that despite the increasing use of IVF in the US, links between birth defects and IVF are poorly understood. The management of birth defects accounts for a large part of pediatric surgical care and demands significant healthcare resources, the researchers said.

Clinic raffles could make you a winner, and maybe a mother
New York Times
"That's right, one lucky woman will win the ultimate chance at starting or building her family," said a contest announcement issued in April by Long Island I.V.F., a clinic in Melville that offers in vitro fertilization to women who are having difficulty conceiving. Contestants were asked to submit "the most emotional or entertaining essays and homemade amateur videos" explaining why they wanted a free round of I.V.F. "Make us laugh with you or cry with you," the announcement said. "Tell your story straight from the heart."