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Month: March 2010

Her pain is our pain. She ain’t heavy, she’s our sister: Abortion twitter second chapter

Her pain is our pain. She ain’t heavy, she’s our sister: Abortion twitter second chapter

There is a classic song – the lyrics say this: “He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother…” We the young woman from the Abortion Twitter and Youtube story may not know it, but she has joined a sisterhood of women who have had adverse results from an abortion. That makes her my sister, because I also experienced pain and danger to my health from the abortion experience. Live Tweeting Abortion: Experience Shows Abortion Still Hurts Women by Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor…

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A 24 year old young woman just sent me this about men who pray!

A 24 year old young woman just sent me this about men who pray!

A young African American woman just sent me this… How appropriate… More evidence that America, and indeed the world needs to come back to God! We who love Jesus, and who are led by the Holy Spirit must pray that more will come forth and pray without fear or shame! The wind of transformation is blowing! The Power of a Praying Man Kevin Bond Prayer has always been the backbone of the African American family. Historically, not many African American…

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United Nations Report Warns of Dire Effects of Underpopulation, Fertility Decline

United Nations Report Warns of Dire Effects of Underpopulation, Fertility Decline

United Nations Report Warns of Dire Effects of Underpopulation, Fertility Decline (Alveda’s recommended reference website) http://www.demographicwinter.com/index.html by Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. March 5, 2010 LifeNews.com Note: Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D. writes for the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute. This article originally appeared in the pro-life group’s Friday Fax publication and is used with permission. New York, NY (LifeNews.com/CFAM) — A recently-released United Nations (UN) report finds that the global trend of fertility decline and population aging will have devastating economic and…

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Abortion twitter: the rest of the story… she needs our prayers!

Abortion twitter: the rest of the story… she needs our prayers!

From Brad Mattes of Life Issues Institute Angie Jackson had an abortion last week. And broadcast it live online. Shortly after swallowing the chemical abortion drug, RU 486, the 27-year-old single mom began posting live updates on Twitter and YouTube. More than 119,000 watched her first video. “Um, yeah, I’m having an abortion right now. It’s not that bad. It’s not that scary,” she said, smiling broadly into the camera. Angie said her goal in going public was to demystify…

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A last word for the BBC radio interview with Alveda and Sister Song

A last word for the BBC radio interview with Alveda and Sister Song

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/news/2010/03/100305_georgia_abortion_controversyy.shtml Ms. Ross, we are not blaming women. We are the post abortive women who are the victims of the targeted womblynching. This is an outrage. Women need love and support, not abortion. How can the dream survive if we murder our children? Yes, a woman has a right to choose what she does with her body. The baby is not her body. Where is the lawyer for the baby?

Congressman Stupak, Congressman Franks – Thank you!

Congressman Stupak, Congressman Franks – Thank you!

There are men and women in Congress who still represent the voice of the PEOPLE! The majority of Americans do not want abortion funding in any legislation, including a health care bill. Congressman Stupak gets it! So do many of his colleagues in Congress. Also, Congressman Franks is still taking heat for working to rescue babies from death by abortion due to race of sex selection. Friends, support of members in Congress who are fighting for those who know that…

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Newsweek and Utah Legislator should visit SNMA website

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Newsweek and Utah Legislator should visit SNMA website

Dear Representative Wimmer, the woman/mother and the baby are both harmed by abortion. Women need love, not abortion. Please visit www.silentnomoreawareness.com The sponsor of the Utah bill that would have made it a crime for a mother to seek an illegal abortion has withdrawn the measure after the governor refused to sign it because it would penalize women for “reckless behavior” in addition to intentional behavior. Rep. Carl Wimmer said he will rewrite the bill, which now must pass both…

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“I regret my abortion!” says Dr. Alveda King in response to the NY Times article on abortion discussion

“I regret my abortion!” says Dr. Alveda King in response to the NY Times article on abortion discussion

The Silent No More Awareness Campaign is cited in the New York Times article below: http://www.newsweek.com/id/234382 The thing is the article seems to still be trying to approve abortion by taking away the stigma associated with it. There is little or no mention of the civil rights of the baby who is killed by the act of abortion. There is also no substantive attention given to the thousands of testimonies on record of the women who have suffered long term…

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Congressman Franks Is Correct – Abortion Has Been Devastating for More African Americans than Slavery

Congressman Franks Is Correct – Abortion Has Been Devastating for More African Americans than Slavery

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Margaret Sciarrino Date: March 2, 2010 888-735-3448, ext. 251 Congressman Franks Is Correct – Abortion Has Been Devastating for More African Americans than Slavery Atlanta, GA – Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Director and Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, commented today on attacks made on Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) concerning his remarks on abortion and slavery. “Congressman Franks’ comment that ‘far more of the African American community is being devastated’ by abortion ‘than…

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I HAVE A DREAM, IT’S IN MY GENES: HOW CAN THE DREAM SURVIVE IF WE MURDER OUR CHILDREN?

I HAVE A DREAM, IT’S IN MY GENES: HOW CAN THE DREAM SURVIVE IF WE MURDER OUR CHILDREN?

Friends, in 1950, my mother Naomi Ruther Barber King was just as beautiful as all of the young women in this photo. She was a high school senior, just accepted into college. She and my Daddy, Rev. A. D. King were pregnant with me, Alveda Celeste King, their firstborn baby. Daddy would name me Alveda. He wanted his firstborn to bear his name, and since I was a girl, he made it a feminine version, adding Veda to Al. Vitae…

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