By Reverend Katherine Marple
Targeted genocide and eugenics by abortion is NOT what Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. saw in his mind’s eye during his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. Dr. King was born and raised up by God to do His work just as Moses was with freeing his people from Pharaoh; 40 years in the desert was better to be FREE than one day of oppression and slavery of Pharaoh. Much like Dr. King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, Moses had his ‘Let My People Go’ dissertation from God to free his people [Exodus, chpt 5-12]. While art may imitate life, the Word of God actually directs it.
‘For a day in Your courts is better than a thousand.
I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God
Than dwell in the tents of wickedness.’ Psalm 84:10
Clearly, civil rights was the issue of the day; but we are still fighting the fight for the civil rights of our unborn. Abortion facilities target minorities, particularly Black Americans:
- Black women make up just under 15% of the population.
- Nearly 40% of all abortions are unborn Black Americans.
- Abortion is the leading cause of death within the Black community.
- At LEAST 70% of all abortion facilities are in poor and/or minority neighborhoods; Planned Parenthood is in 79%.