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Why is there a need for Black Americans for Life?

The abortion industry has had devastating effects on the Black Community and the Black population in America. In 1973 the Supreme Court ruled in a landmark decision 7-2, Roe Vs. Wade that abortion would be legal and permissible through viability and the states may not ban abortion.  Subsequently, Doe vs. Bolton the court ruled abortion must be made available through all nine months for the protection of the womans’s
Since Roe over 48,589,994 children have died in abortion and 14 million of them are Black. Every day over 1,625 Black babies die throuh abortion
For every 1000 live Black births there are 489 abrtions among Black women. The Black population is at a zero population growth . This implies that the Black population is endangered. There has been a continuous increase in abortion percentages and rates since 1973 and a continuous decrease in population.
If America is to survive and thrive, there must be a commitment to a culture of life. Black Americans beat the brunt of the abortion industry’s contribution to the culture of death. Black Americans for Life stands in the gap for the millions of voices who cry out for life in America.

Our Goals

Spread empathy
through education

Increase donations equally across 24 countries

Help more children and teens graduate from high school

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