CNN Reports: Billboard Campaign Sparks Up Race Debate

This past week Catherine Davis, the Director of Minority Outreach for Georgia Right to Life was asked to  join a discussion on CNN about the Atlanta billboard campaign: Black Children are an Endangered Species.

Watch the clip and tell us what you think?

More information about the campaign can be found on TooManyAborted.com.

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One response to “CNN Reports: Billboard Campaign Sparks Up Race Debate

  1. Dan

    The gentlemen in this video simply has no ability to define terms and connect dotes. For example, true character will be demonstrated in the defense of life not simply in the advancement of a social agenda. True character would recognize the statistical evidence and move to solve the injustice at the beginning of the life-cycle. True character would not believe that the answer is to inject integrity into the black community through avoiding a primary killer of the black community.

    I simply can’t see how this gentleman can in any way think that his definition of character is actually a definition that produces a cradle-to-the-grave solution. I believe the gentleman does have the second half right (character within the black community), but without the vigilant defense of the unborn it only addresses the needs of those who survive.

    Consider this: If all the black babies in the community were killed through abortion this man could still operate within his proposed system that will bring “change.” Can this strategy be described in the same breath as the word, “character?”

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