In light of the abortion industry's focus on minority
populations and Washington's seemingly unrestrained promotion of
homosexuality, some African-Americans want change.
The NAACP was begun in the early 20th century, and some of the
founders were relatives of Dr. Alveda King of Priests for
Life, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr.
"And during those days they were working very diligently to help
African-Americans to advance their lives, not to hold onto the
bitterness of the days of slavery, but to move forward into
successful, productive and meaningful lives," King explains.
King says that, knowing her family's connection with the
founding of the NAACP, it is hard to look at it and see any
semblance of the original organization.
"Now in the 21st century, to see the NAACP advancing abortion
[and] homosexual 'marriage,' what they're doing is they're
promoting reproductive genocide," she tells OneNewsNow.
Thirty-six percent of abortions in the U.S. kill black babies,
and of course homosexuals cannot procreate. King says the NAACP
could turn itself around, but only through repenting. The movement
of African-Americans calling for repentance from the NAACP is
"African-Americans are coming out and burning membership cards
to the NAACP," King says. "Thousands of African-Americans across
this land have spoken out against the president's agenda, which
includes homosexual marriage, abortion, contraceptives."
King is urging people to communicate their opposition and not
let the NAACP or the administration in Washington work against the
best interests of African-Americans.
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