by Sheila Liaugminas
Truth is, African American pastors have been engaged in the real civil rights battle for decades, fighting to end violence and respect human dignity in their communities, while largely ignored by the media. Now that their voices are speaking out on the hot button issue of marriage law, they’re getting attention. But some media seemed not to have noticed that the day they gave the story prominence was the anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. Oh, the irony. Read more…
On March 30, an MSNBC news anchor accused the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) of “race-baiting” for (among other charges) writing in a 2009 in-house document, “We … need to … interrupt the attempt to equate gay with black, and sexual orientation with race; we need to make traditional sexual morality intellectually respectable again in elite culture.” Read more…
by Shannon Roberts
Past Eugenics and sterilisation programs in the United States are coming back to bite them, with North Carolina currently the first State to address compensation for victims.
According to the North Carolina Justice for Sterilization Victims Foundation, at one time 31 states in the United States had government-run eugenics programs. In North Carolina alone, close to 8,000 men, women, and children, largely poor, black, disabled or uneducated, were forcibly sterilized from 1929 to 1974. The programs were aimed at creating a better society by eliminating those considered undesirable. Read more…
by Charlie Butts
Life Dynamics, a group fighting to return full legal protection to unborn children, has conducted an exhaustive study that validates claims made in its documentary that associates Planned Parenthood with the eugenics movement. Read more…
by Jonquilyn Hill
Contrary to popular belief, it’s not harder for educated Black women to find men, according to a new study.
When researching the number of Black males in prison versus Black males in college, researchers found that one subject in particular kept popping up again and again: black marriage and dating. Read more…
by Thaddeus Baklinski
ATLANTA, Georgia, August 30, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A new approach to get information about the high abortion rate among black women in the U.S. to thousands of people was launched at a trade show for barbers and hair stylists in Atlanta over the weekend, reports Christina Martin of Bound4Life.
Read Christina’s account of the hairstylist tradeshow here. Read more…
Our friends in NYC might want to attend this event.
||Please join us to discuss the issues raised in Professor Banks’ provocatively titled book: Is Marriage for White People? Based on his social science research, Banks looks at the intimate lives of African American women and examines why they are not getting married and are the least likely to marry of any segment of the American population.
September 26th, 2011
5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
See the full flier here.
by Bill Bumpas
Pro-abortion groups have successfully pressured an advertising company to remove pro-life billboards in Los Angeles. But the group that purchased the ad space will continue the push to educate the Latino community on how abortion providers are targeting them. Read more…
David Tyree, whose name is well-known to football fans, is standing up for marriage in New York. Here is an interview he did recently:
It starts off with footage of “the catch”–take a look!