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Posted: March 3, 2011
Black Pro-Lifers stand up against Abortion – 3/1/11
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Monday was a National Day of Mourning to pray for an end to abortion –
specifically, abortion in the Black community. Sponsored by the
National Black Pro-Life Coalition, the rally came on the heels of the
controversial billboard in Soho that read, “The most dangerous place
for an African American is in the womb.” And for those taking part in
the rally, the numbers tell the story.

5 comments
tahari sadler -- March 5th, 2011 at 10:47 am

very true.

Aunty Beatrice Opong -- March 6th, 2011 at 6:20 pm

Praise be to our God who reigns forever and ever. Good job Florence, keep the faith and keep the torch burning for Jesus

UNCLE COSMOS -- March 7th, 2011 at 6:12 am

I am proud of the stand taken by Hannah Johnson to go out there to speak openly against abortion. I say Kudos to Hannah and her team. God bless your efforts and don’t give up.
Uncle Seth, Hannah’s dad, thanks for sending this story to me. God bless you for all the efforts put in in bring up Hannah in the fear of God and helping her to recognise the sanctity of life.
Great to have you as partners , friends and family.

NII OTOKUNOR -- March 10th, 2011 at 10:52 am

The message is loud and clear. How I wish that our African American brothers and sisters will come an understanding that we do ourselves and our race no favors by being reckless in our sexuality and endangering the lives of our young women – physically, mentally and emotionally through abortion.

okai laryea -- March 11th, 2011 at 3:11 am

We are proud of you. Keep up the good work.
God bless.

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