Another Busy Week: President Trump Fuels HBCU Education Tank, Life Support for Babies Surges, Black and Brown Congress Caucus Convenes

September 10th, 2019

This week, President Trump is still keeping his word to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He’s slated to speak at the HBCU Conference today, where he is expected to unveil recent advances in his successful strategies.

Meanwhile, as Executive Director of Civil Rights for The Unborn for Priests for Life, Evangelist Alveda King, your “boots on the ground” freedom fighter, is joining Pro-life activists Rev. Frank Pavone, Janet Morana, and other pro-life and Christian leaders from around the country in DC today to knock on Congress’ doors to demand justice for womb babies.

I’m especially looking forward to visiting offices of members of The Congressional Black Caucus with news of our BLACK AND BROWN TREATISE, which outlines strategies to ending crimes against humanity such as abortion, human trafficking and racism. While I won’t be attending the annual Congressional Black Caucus’ annual summit this week, I will be praying for them.

This week’s CBC events are sponsored by The Annual Legislative Conference. ALC is the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s leading policy conference on issues impacting African Americans and the global black community; where Black and Brown elected officials join “thought” leaders, legislators, grassroots organizers, influencers and celebrities annually.

As fans gather to support CBCF’s mission, network, and to engage in policy sessions and discussions, I have some questions. I can’t help wondering how the CBC will tie in demands for impeachment, more tax-payer funding for abortion providers, and abortion as a means of population control, with a platform that will unite and strengthen America?

I also wonder how the CBC can continue to turn a blind eye to the Black on Black violence in our communities? How can they ignore the harm of race baiting while denying the truth; racism is a socially engineered evil that can be conquered by God’s love? We are not color blind.

We are one blood/one human race.

We are in a season of Jubilee, where as one blood, we can unite as one human race, and truly unite as “one nation under God here in America.

One example of this process is Criminal Justice Reform, an advance ignited by the iconic bipartisan FIRST STEP ACT>.

Thankfully, we have a President that sees the color of the blood, as well as the color of our skin as human characteristics that unite us rather than divide us.

For now, it’s full speed ahead. God bless America and all of humanity; this week and forever.

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As Marchers Mourn, MLK’s Dream is Alive in Black, Brown and ONE BLOOD America

August 28th, 2019

August 28, 2019

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ATLANTA, GA – Today, in remembrance of the 56th Anniversary of her Uncle MLK’s iconic “I HAVE A DREAM” speech, Evangelist Alveda King, Executive Director for Civil Rights for the Unborn at Priests for Life announces release of a new report “Black and Brown Americans In Search of the American Dream.”

“Black and Brown Americans, and indeed all Americans should pause today and consider our dreams for our families, for our communities, for America, and for a better world. In fact, as the ONE BLOOD human race of Acts 17:26-28, we are not color blind.

We are not separate races; we are the one race “beloved community for life.”

We must learn to communicate together; to dream together; and to love each other God’s way.”

Also this weekend, following the MLK anniversary, Evangelist King and colleague Rev. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life and co-designer of the “Beloved Community for Life” project, will be joining fellow organizers THE RESTORATION PROJECT and DOUGLASS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE for the NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING FOR LIFE.

Citing another MLK message, his famous eulogy-like “MOUNTAINTOP” speech, Evangelist King says she’s “praying that we will come together in Agape love and regard the sanctity of all human life; from the womb to the tomb.”

“I just want to do God’s will. And he’s allowed me to go to the mountain. And I’ve looked over, and I’ve seen the Promised Land! I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the Promised Land.” Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The world seems to have forgotten what Martin Luther King, Jr. knew,” continued Evangelist Alveda King. “Pray for President Trump, America and the World. We must return to God.”

Last week, in the midst of planning for this week of observances, Alveda woke up from a dream, hearing her grandfather Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr. say: “I’m going to see a man about a mule.”

Sensing that Daddy King’s cryptic reference to the mule is tied to the current reparations debates, Evangelist King believes that “as people of One Blood, we must repent, forgive, be forgiven, pray and unite.

“Back to God” she says, “is the right direction for the times. Our TREATISE is a message for this season.”

“Today, August 28th, 2019 marks the 56th Anniversary of the ‘MLK DREAM speech.’ It is fitting therefore to follow up the release of our Treatise this weekend at THE NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING FOR LIFE, and call for an end to crimes of humanity including abortion, and all violent, harmful and degrading acts committed not only against African Americans under slavery and Jim Crow, but an end to all acts of inhumanity towards humanity. We must unite and pray to stop the occurrence of human rights violations in the future.”

Isaiah 9:2 “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; light has shined on those who lived in a land of darkness.’ Wake up America! WE ARE NOT COLORBLIND.

“Pray diligently. Stay alert, with your eyes wide open in gratitude.“ Colossians 4:2

“In the midst of life’s challenges; racism, war, poverty, human trafficking, abortion violence and evil of every kind; in order to escape the abyss, we need help from God to fulfill Uncle M. L.’s dream today.

On this 56th MLK I HAVE A DREAM Anniversary, as we join together as an Acts 17:26 ONE BLOOD/ONE RACE AMERICA, let us unite in AGAPE LOVE, hearing and obeying God’s Word – “Return to Me.”

Let’s pray and help KEEP AMERICA GREAT as Agape Love, Repentance and Forgiveness are resonating across the atmospheres; reaching into the darkness and awakening a heavenly fire and light that cannot and will not be denied.

Be encouraged. Pray for America. Don’t strike back in hate and fear. Go on the offense God’s way. Love your enemies. May God forever be our Defender.

National Day of Mourning for Life

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Dreams, Mourning, and “Going to See a Man About a Mule.”

August 23rd, 2019

Today is Friday, August 23, 2019. Please let me encourage you today: Don’t be overcome with fear, hatred and terror with the reports that are running wild. Look up and have hope. I’m having to do the same thing. When things get rough, I have to resist fighting with my emotions and my opinions. I have to use faith, hope, love and logic when my natural self would want to strike back at the naysayers. Pray for me, please. I’ll pray for you too.

I’m gearing up for a rough yet joyous week ahead. On Wednesday, August 28, 2019, America and perhaps the world will remember that 56 years ago, my uncle, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his iconic “I HAVE A DREAM” speech.

Then, two days later, on August 30-31, 2019, I, as Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn for Priests for Life, will join Catherine Davis of the Restoration Project and Rev. Dean Nelson of the Douglass Leadership Institute as organizers of the “National Day of Mourning for Life.” We are inviting everyone to join us on the caravan through Virginia, North Carolina, Atlanta and culminating in historic Birmingham, Alabama.

Not so long after this historic week, I am praying and expecting to join many African Americans in raising our voices in concert regarding the current state of affairs in America. We are uniting our “black and brown” voices to support the American dream. For us, it’s not so much about politics. It’s about overcoming evil with good.

I for one am excited about all of the advances that President Donald John Trump is making to “Keep America Great.” For his leadership for the sanctity of life, for criminal justice reform, for economic boons in the job market, for tax breaks for the middle class, and incentives for the poor, for bringing jobs back from overseas, and for so much more. I’m just speaking for “lil ole me” here.

As I write this blog, my muse, my inspiration for this message is my grandfather, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr. Granddaddy was among those I count as my human heroes. As I am writing, I’m looking at the cover of my book KING RULES, where Granddaddy is all decked out in his fedora hat. He’s looking all “spiffy” as he always did. Daddy, (Rev. A. D. King) and Uncle M. L. (Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.) are looking swell too. They were three of the best dressed men I’ve ever known. (You probably know by now that I’m feeling rather nostalgic today.)

There is a reason for this reverie. While America is in the throes of conflict and furor, gearing up for the next wave of political wars, I’m seeking strength to go on. I get that from my King Family Legacy.

In a sermon in Louisville, KY, in the 1960s, my daddy once asked this question: “Are you only building big bank accounts, or are you building up the souls and aspirations of God’s children?”

I can also remember back as far as the 1950s when granddaddy would be getting dressed to go out. I can almost still smell his aftershave and the smoothness of his cheek when he would lean down to kiss me on my brow. I’d ask him where he was going, and he’d say: “I’m going to see a man about a mule.” Of course, I was too young to understand back then that Granddaddy was talking about the unrealized promise of Negros receiving “40 acres and a mule” as part of a promise for recompense for the days of slavery. Jim Crow was still looming large in those days while Granddaddy was grooming his sons to continue in the fight for justice.

So, I’m starting off my day in prayer and scripture reading. I’m missing my departed loved ones, including my beloved mentor, Pastor Allen McNair.

Let me share some encouraging words as I close:

Don’t be overcome by evil, overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:21)

Don’t throw others under the bus to make yourselves look good. (Luke 18:19)

Don’t be color blind. See the gifts of the diversity of the one blood/one race human spirit. (Acts 17:26)

Stay alert, with your eyes wide open in gratitude. (Colossians 4:2)

Pray for Jubilee. (Luke 4:18-19)

And remember: “Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.” (Proverbs 14:34)

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August 8th, 2019

President and First Lady Trump at National Day of Prayer 2019

“Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.” Philippians 4:8

Our hearts go out and our prayers go up for the victims in America’s most recent tragedies. Perhaps the most comforting compliment to President and First Lady Trump’s outreach to the families of the victims of the recent massacres in Ohio and Texas is the appeal of a young boy who asks Americans to respond to the horrendous violence by performing 22 acts of kindness to those around us.

Meanwhile, in comparison, comments made by former Congressman Beto O’Rourke, and former Vice President Joe Biden, both accusing President Trump of being a white supremacist are untimely and unseemly.

Biden and his compatriots are not being truthful. Here are seven instances where President Trump denounces White Supremacy.

Biden and his compatriots support immoral baby killers including Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby.

Race baiters fail to mention that George Wallace apologized. It was a reaching-out moment of reconciliation, of Wallace’s asking for – and receiving – forgiveness. In a statement read for him – he was too ill to speak – Wallace told those in the crowd who had marched 30 years ago: “Much has transpired since those days. A great deal has been lost and a great deal gained, and here we are. My message to you today is, welcome to Montgomery. May your message be heard. May your lessons never be forgotten.”

Fake News refuses to cover President Trump’s accomplishments including fighting for The Unborn, criminal justice reform, aid to HBCUs,. Meanwhile they ignore Biden’s part in incarceration of hundreds of thousands of Blacks.

Shame on Biden and his compatriots. Race baiting while POTUS and FLOTUS pay respect to the grieving. PRAY FOR AMERICA.

“Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.” Romans 12:21

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Black Leaders Visit White House Again!

July 31st, 2019

When peripherals collide, convergence is eminent.

Friends, please review this inside view from one who attended POTUS meeting with Black leaders on 7/29/19. Prayerfully please. Thanks. 🙏🏽 Alveda (starts at 28:00) (starts at 25:00)

The time has come for America to “make Agape Love”, not war. Love and communication God’s way will take us further towards victory. For example, the response to President Trump’s criticism of Democrats representation of urban America can’t hide the looming need to liberate many from poverty in Baltimore and across the nation. Emotional reactions and race card tactics can’t bury the truth: A major problem in inner city America is urban blight.

Thankfully, President Trump sees America through the lenses of “one nation under God.” That vision is for all of us; regardless of political party loyalties.

When I met with President Trump Monday along with 20 inner city pastors, he once again demonstrated his commitment to solving the problems facing the black community. Contrary to some reports, this was a meeting that had already been scheduled three weeks earlier; and not a photo op.

As we talked, the President was as genuine, collaborative, and gracious with us as he has always been.

When President Trump tweeted about the sorry state of downtown Baltimore, he wasn’t just pointing out the obvious fact that Baltimore needs help. He was highlighting the fact that Representative Elijah Cummings, whose district has received millions of dollars for relief, yet still includes some of the worst areas of that city, has chosen to attack the President by making false claims about conditions at ICE detention facilities while ignoring his own constituents in Baltimore who face deteriorating living conditions, increasing crime rates, and declining economic opportunity.

While Rep. Cummings has chased national headlines instead of looking out for the interests of his constituents, President Trump has been following through on his promise to make the government work for the forgotten men and women of this country. These precious souls include the people of Baltimore, whose own representatives pass over their concerns in favor of shiny headlines.

Don’t be fooled. The problem is not skin color. We are all one blood, one human race; regardless of skin color. The race card is a deceptive, socially engineered decoy; creating oppressors and victims. This misconception stirs the emotions while denying the much needed transformation to civility, equality, justice and freedom for everyone.

For years, Democrats have stoked racial anxieties to promote their elitist agenda, while black leadership and the Democratic Party isolate themselves from criticism by calling their opponents racist. Republicans, the party of abolition is often too silent, for fear of stepping on too many toes.

Under President Trump, this environment has reached a fever pitch: Democrats brand almost every action the President takes as racist, while inventing secret motives and hidden dog-whistles in his policies and speeches. Meanwhile, Republicans are sometimes more passive aggressive; remaining silent rather than speaking out.

Thankfully, under the bold stances of President Trump, ubiquitous accusations of racism are beginning to lose their impact on the American public and the black community, even while the good old boys and girls continue to cry “wolf!”.

Meanwhile, Black Americans and indeed all Americans are seeing the light; that President Trump is right. We are all red blooded Americans, and “we all bleed the same.” America is waking up to the fact that President Trump has delivered more results for our communities in less than three years than some of our own representatives ever have.

Now a growing number of black leaders on both sides of the isles are keen to work together with the President to accomplish even more; including sanctity of life, fair housing, economic security and safe living environments.

During the time I have served as a spiritual advisor in America, which includes praying with President Trump at key times, I know there isn’t a racist bone in his body. The Donald Trump I know loves all of his fellow and sister Americans. He sees, delivers, and succeeds beyond the limits of skin color racism. He sees everyone as human beings; including babies in the womb.

What color is urban blight? More important, what color is transformation? President Trump’s America First agenda is illuminated with light at the end of the tunnel.

He has already produced record-low African American unemployment, declining poverty rates, and rising wages, and his Opportunity Zones initiative is expanding economic opportunities for distressed communities all over the country. His campaign to Make America Great Again is advancing the interests of African Americans to a far greater extent than the policies of liberal elites ever could.

Black Americans want more than to live as pawns in the Democrats’ identity politics game; we want real solutions. Talking about “structural racism” and “white privilege” is how Democrats try to deflect responsibility for the catastrophic decline of African American communities under their stewardship. It’s tragic that Baltimore is rodent infested, dangerous, and filthy; and it’s insane to let the Party that has controlled the city for decades escape accountability by throwing around baseless accusations of racism.

President Trump offers a new and better deal for African Americans. He is continuing to speak with community leaders to learn about the particular problems facing their constituents and has demonstrated unquestionable tenacity in fighting for the interests of all Americans. He does not demand ideological fealty as repayment, the way the Democrats do, but rather works hard to protect American citizens regardless of the color of their skin solely because it’s the right thing for the country.

African Americans cannot play second fiddle to Democrat leaders who have failed us for decades. They can scream and cry with false claims of racism, but they can’t hide the blight for which they are responsible. May God heal and bless America. However, at the end of the day, we must all rise above political squabbles on every side. Pray for America.

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Shame on “The Squad”

July 19th, 2019

“The Squad is: A self-avowed “gang” of beautiful, powerful, Jezebelesque women devoted to stirring up strife and mayhem. They should know better.” Evangelist Alveda King

In contrast, for me, working with the beautiful and powerful Women for Trump Advisory Board, is a breath of fresh air.

Trump Campaign Announces Launch of ‘Women for Trump’ Ahead of the 2020 Election

We applauded President Trump for outstanding compassionate humanitarian leadership in:
1. The Rising economic boon; jobs, tax breaks, hands up for least of these.
2. Sanctity of Life and Family Enrichment (Higher Standard of Living)
3. Criminal Justice Reform
4. America First – (“We all bleed the same.”)
5. Youth Recovery and Restoration
6. Safe Borders and Legal Immigration
7. Restoring Harmony in International Affairs
8. And so much more.

The question for The Squad is: Impeach or Repair the Breach? Another one: How can we as women help to reasonably unite and nurture and repair?

Solution: We can pray and support the new trajectory of hope that POTUS has ignited.

Ladies, use your faith; not your hate!

As I’m writing this post, we are observing the 50th Anniversary of the sacrificial death of my father, beloved civil rights warrior Rev. AD KING who gave his life for the love of Christ and humanity. When man walked on the moon July 21, 1969, Daddy was killed that day, and he died and went to heaven.
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Independence Day 2019: Life, Liberty, Justice, Jubilee and Reparations Prayers

July 3rd, 2019

Zechariah 4:6 (NLT) “It is not by force nor by strength, but by my Spirit, says the LORD of Heaven’s Armies.”

Independence Day 2019 is tomorrow. During this time in our nation’s history, there is a heightened demand to redefine America’s concepts of liberty, freedom, and justice. Juneteenth 2019 is just behind us. We are currently celebrating 400 years of African American history, so it’s likely not by accident that the “reparations debate” is rapidly gaining traction in conversations across America.

Many inroads have already been made in seeking solutions. In January 2016, a United Nations project with the “Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent” conducted a study on the reparations issue. They recommended that the US establish a national commission to “monitor the human rights of African Americans” — and start taking steps to repay the labor that slaves performed from American independence through the Civil War (an amount that University of Connecticut researcher Thomas Craemer values at about $5.9 trillion) with reparations.

Currently, presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is most fervently backing reparations. The self-help guru and spiritual adviser wants to set aside $200 billion to $500 billion for a reparations program. She’s not offering to foot the bill personally.

Meanwhile, Senator and presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren is rooting for reparations for Blacks, Native Americans and Gays. The other candidates running against our President, including Senators Corey Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand, are also backing tax-payer funded reparations for descendants of former American slaves.

All of these candidates are fully in favor of tax-payer funded abortion laws that help to disproportionately kill the very population they say they are trying to repair. How can you repair people by aborting them?

Interestingly, at least two presidents haven’t sanctioned tax-payer funded reparations for descendants of former American slaves. In a December 2016 interview with “The Atlantic’s” Ta-Nehisi Coates, President Barack Obama said it would be difficult to “practically administer and sustain political support” for reparations.

On July 1, 2019, President Donald Trump said this about the current discussion regarding the federal government awarding reparations for African Americans: “I think it’s a very unusual thing. You have a lot of—it’s been a very interesting debate. I don’t see it happening, no.”

So, at least two Presidents don’t sanction the federal government doling out tax dollars to pay the reparations? Let’s think about this. Is President Trump saying “no reparations?” Or is the President perhaps inviting us to consider just who should pay for the reparations?

In “Reparations Reinvented,” Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics Incorporated, and creator of award-winning documentary MAAFA 21 recommends “A FRESH LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE.” His film Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America documents that, in the 1800s, ultra-wealthy white elitists financed the eugenics movement as a way to rid the country of freed Blacks. It also documents that, (a) this campaign has been in place every day since then, (b) it is still being carried out today, (c) it has inflicted demonstrable harm on the existing African-American community’s personal, societal, familial, financial and political well-being, (d) the plans for this effort – including its intentional targeting of this racial group – were widely publicized by those responsible, and (e) the [fruits of the] perpetrators still exist, [and] are easily identified and have enormous wealth in both cash and other assets.

Nina May of Renaissance Women also asserts that the reparations owed Blacks should be paid by those who have imposed the most harm, rather than from US tax dollars. In her award-winning films, “Reparations, Who Should Pay?” and “Emancipation Revelation Revolution,” Mrs. May explains with supporting evidence, that “the facts point to the Democrats being the party of slavery, oppression, violence, divisive and deadly behavior, segregation and dishonesty. ERR brings an in-depth look at the history of the civil rights movement in America, the role that both parties played, and what happens to conservative blacks who leave the liberal plantation and identify with the Party of Lincoln. Black America needs to be reintroduced to the party that was founded to liberate their ancestors and if anyone should pay reparations … it is the Democrat Party.”

Thinking back, I remember that while seeking the votes of the American people, President Trump asked African American voters an open-ended question: “What do you have to lose?” I remember following up on his question with this request to our very forward-thinking President: Sir. Please tell us what we have to gain.

Not only has President Trump told us, he has shown us gains in the job markets, for the sanctity of life, for religious freedom, through criminal justice reform, and so much more. America is on the mend.

Further, President Trump speaks to all Americans, including African Americans when he says: “We all bleed the same. We don’t worship government, we worship God.” From this perspective, goals that involve partnerships among the governments, private sector and people of faith would be a good start. If we are really listening, perhaps we will hear an invitation to seek God and not humans, and pray for the guidance for solutions to bring justice and the jubilee that will be required to make the wrongs right in America’s Reparations Saga.

“Is anything too hard for the LORD?” Genesis 18:14

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Juneteenth celebrates freed Black slaves; what about the babies?

June 19th, 2019

Today is Juneteenth 2019 here in America, and we are commemorating the day in 1865 when all “Negroes” became ‘free at last’ through the official abolition of slavery. We are also celebrating 400 years of African-American life here in America; wherein President Donald Trump signed the Bill, H.R. 1242 on January 8, 2018 and enacted the 400 Years of African-American History Commission. This enactment helps to develop and carry out activities throughout the United States to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of Africans in the English colonies at Point Comfort, Virginia, in 1619.

Yes, Black slaves were freed; but where is the justice for our babies?

During the past 400 years African-Americans have significantly contributed to the greatness of our nation. Yet we have also suffered oppression, segregation, racism and disproportionate campaigns to reduce our growth, with abortion at the forefront.

Thankfully, here in 2019 we have an advocate for justice leading from the White House. President Donald John Trump is working to set the youngest and most oppressed captives free here in America; those still in the womb.

In the guise of philanthropy, health care and reproductive choice, a disproportionate number of African American mothers and our babies are being targeted by the abortion industry. Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger and her disciples like Melinda Gates have secretly promulgated a racist agenda that is coming to light.

The same thing happened to the slaves freed by Lincoln.

Although the Emancipation Proclamation became effective on January 1, 1863, it was not until June 19, 1865, two and a half years later, that the slaves in Galveston, Texas were set free. Now, all these years later, we are finally realizing that babies in the womb are people who need to be set free to be born.

Therefore, for Juneteenth this year, I say “yes,” celebrate the date that the Black slaves were set free! Now free our babies.

Let’s pray for the freedom of our brothers and sisters, the little people, the boys and girls in our mothers’ wombs. Those who even today are not free to live, not being treated as persons. They are slave of sorts in the wombs of their mothers.

It’s time for reparations for the babies. Throughout American history, different ethnic groups of people have received reparations that allowed them to invest in various businesses. What reparations have the Black communities received? Birth control and abortion. We deserve more than “gifts” of population control.

Yes. Let’s celebrate the freeing of the slaves in the 19th century. Now it’s time for a new emancipation proclamation for the unborn.

In 2019 it’s time to set ALL the captives free. That includes the little babies in the womb.


“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, for he has anointed me to bring Good News to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim that captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the oppressed will be set free…” Luke 4:18

I’m Evangelist Alveda King, Executive Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn.

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Evangelist Alveda King: Sen. Gillibrand’s “Reproductive Rights” Argument is a Civil Wrong

June 12th, 2019

June 12, 2019

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TITUSVILLE, FL — Evangelist Alveda King, Director of Civil Rights for The Unborn for Priests for Life, is “up in arms” regarding recent remarks by New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president.

In an interview with the Des Moines Register, Sen. Gillibrand compared pro-life beliefs to racism.

“The lady is guilty of speaking opposites and double speak,” said Ms. King. “Her argument is faulty because she is stating that we are forcing religious views on her. Not so. Actually, we are stating scientific facts, that a baby in the womb is a human being and should have equal rights to life.

“This scientific fact is aligned with Bible teachings. A woman has a right to choose what she does with her body. The baby is not her body. The contributions of chromosomes from both parents of the child in the womb make the baby a distinct person. Where is the lawyer for the baby? How can the dream survive if we murder our children?

“I was lied to by the abortion industry in the 1970s. Told that my two aborted babies and the one miscarried due to damage to my cervix from the abortions were not people, that they were ‘blobs of tissue.’ My grandfather, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Sr. convinced my mother not to abort me in 1950. He told Mama that they were lying to her. ‘That’s not a lump of flesh. That is my granddaughter. You can’t abort her. I saw her in a dream three years ago. She has bright skin and bright red hair, and she is going to bless many people,’ he told her. I was born on January 22, 1951.Granddaddy later helped to save one of my six living children from abortion.

“Kirsten Gillibrand is wrong. Abortion is a civil wrong. Life is a civil right.

“Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood which is America’s largest abortion provider, was a consultant to the Ku Klux Klan. She was a terrible racist, a genocidal eugenicist.

“In promoting the sanctity of all human life from the womb to the tomb as racist, Sen. Gillibrand is revealing her true colors. She is supporting abortion, one of the most heinous forms of racism that exists. Abortion kills the weakest members of our human race; babies in the womb. A woman’s reproductive rights should never include the death of an innocent human being. “

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, added, “Sen. Gillibrand not only is insulting the children in the womb, but countless Americans who defend them, and who realize that we need public servants who know the difference between serving the public and killing the public.”

Alveda and Fr. Frank also praised the young girl in North Carolina who spoke up fearlessly for the unborn at a City Council meeting in Raleigh.

“Regardless of skin color, gender, economic status and other human denominators, little children see the truth clearly. Little babies in the womb are people. Currently, one little girl is being attacked in the media for saying that little children in the womb are treated like slaves. She is correct. Slaves and little babies have little or no say over whether they will live or die. We are one blood, one human race; science and Acts 17:26 agree on that truth. It is not right to kill innocent people; for any reason,” Ms. King concluded.

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Mother’s Day Testimony

May 9th, 2019

By Evangelist Alveda King
Civil Rights for The Unborn

Acts 17:26-28 teaches us that God created one human race; and places us in families. We are not color blind, we are not different races. So, it doesn’t matter what color you are, or how old you are, or where you are born. Everyone has a mother; sometimes the relationships are good, sometimes not.

I’ve always thought that my mother is the most beautiful woman in the world. When I was little, I wanted to be just like her. However, God saw fit for me to be born looking like my Daddy; a gift I’ve learned to appreciate.

In 1950, even though my parents were engaged, they weren’t married. Yet they decided to “do things that grown folks do,” so I showed up on their first date they had without a chaperone.

Mama was a freshman at Spelman College, and she wanted to wait to get married. Back then, pregnant women didn’t go to college, married or not. So, Mama got a flyer at school about new “birth control” methods and a procedure called a D&C which were alternatives to unwanted and unplanned pregnancies from the Birth Control League which was changing its name to Planned Parenthood.

Mama’s mother got wind of Mama’s plans and insisted that they get counseling from their pastor, Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr. Granddaddy said: “Neenie, that’s not a lump of flesh. That’s my granddaughter. I saw her in a dream three years ago. She has bright skin and bright red hair and she is going to bless many people. There will be no abortion. We’re going to have this baby.”

Daddy and Mama got married, and I was born January 22, 1951; the first of their five children. The story of my rescue from abortion was a secret for many years. As a result, I misinterpreted family whispers and family secrets, and sometimes felt rejected and became insecure and rebellious at times. Along the way, I slipped off the golden path and had two abortions, a miscarriage and three divorces. God is gracious. I repented and am the mother of six living children; and eleven grandchildren so far.

About ten years ago Mother told me the whole story. We cried and repented and rejoiced together. Today, she calls me her “Angel Daughter,” and I call her the Butterfly Queen because of her love for butterflies. Her favorite memory about butterflies is our trip to Callaway Gardens where a magnificent Monarch Butterfly landed on her outstretched finger.

Mama also has granddaughters and great granddaughters. We spend many fun hours together; cooking, entertaining, shopping, worshipping and praying and just loving each other. I have learned the value of healthy family relationships; how to pray for them and receive them during my years here at BBCC. I thank God that our family relationships are whole and healthy. Amen.

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