For more than thirty eight years, the abortion industry has preyed upon those found in urban neighborhoods, feasting off blood of the more than twenty million black babies that have died in abortion chambers across the nation. And still they clamor for more, arguing that their targeting is a matter of choice when in fact it is a matter of genocide. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a sitting Justice since 1993, told us so two years ago in her interview with the New York Times Magazine (A Place of Women on the Court http://nyti.ms/3fbv4f) .
And we succeeded. More than a thousand make-up artists, nail technicians, hairstylists and barbers from 34 states and two nations (England and Canada) agreed to talk about the real purpose of abortion in America. Each one agreed to watch the documentary MAAFA 21 and to talk about it and the facts as presented in the packet of information we gave them. We showed them these statistics while having real life talks with them:
As they searched for their states' numbers looks of unbelief and sometimes horror flooded their faces. They began to understand the real impact abortion is having on the black community and we could see a new determination to get a better understanding of abortion and its roots in the American culture.
Many of those that stopped at the booth had their own story to tell. There were some that came to have prayer because they had urged an abortion upon their child. There were others that had abortions themselves and finally, could talk about it. There were those whose family members had abortions, one man reported his sister had eleven! There were those who called themselves pro-choice, but came away from the booth with a clearer picture of how abortion was being used as an instrument to control the black birth rate rather than an agent of a woman’s right to choose. There were pastors and bishops that were able to see that abortion in the black community is no civil right, but is a population control tool that is successfully decimating communities of color.
The three days that many sacrificed to participate in this outreach immediately bore fruit as more than a thousand new voices have been added to the great awakening, the third wave of advocates that now know abortion is no friend of women, especially women in communities of color. You may know barbers and hairdressers that would like to have this information in their hands. Contact the Restoration Project at Presidenttlrp@gmail.com to request more information.