Published On: Tue, Nov 29th, 2016

Black leaders Alveda King, Day Gardner, Glorya Jordan, Derek McCoy, Dean Nelson, Nathaniel Thomas to lead Planned Parenthood protest

On December 3, residents of the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland will gather to pray in front of the newly built Planned Parenthood mega-center in Washington, D.C.  Planned Parenthood recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, prompting African American leaders to unite under the banner “100 No More.”  While Blacks make up only 13% of the U.S. population, over 30% of all abortions are performed on Black mothers.  Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood was an outspoken advocate of reducing the population of blacks in the world.  In one hundred years, Sanger’s dream has become one of America’s great human rights nightmares.

photo Kabilan Subramanian

photo Kabilan Subramanian

Dr. Alveda King – Evangelist, and Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn (Neice of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)
Day Gardner – President, National Black Pro-Life Union
Glorya Jordan – Board of Directors, CareNet Pregnancy Center of Prince William County
Rev. Nathaniel B. Thomas – Senior Pastor, Forestville New Redeemer Baptist Church
Rev. Derek McCoy – Center for Urban Renewal and Education
Dean Nelson – National Outreach Director, Human Life Coalition

About 100 No More:
100 No More is a coalition of Americans who believe that abortion is a violation of the basic human right to live.  The coalition expresses its outrage against abortion through education and prayer. 100 No More educates the public by shedding light on abortion pioneers like Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger who believed minorities, the disabled and the poor should be sterilized.

Sanger’s focus on African Americans through “The Negro Project” has given rise to an abortion culture that targets African Americans.  One out of every three abortions in America are performed on Black mothers.  To learn more, visit http://www.100nomore.com.

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