Updated: Is there racial disparity in the practice of abortion in America? Here’s what this week’s guest on Cradle My Heart Radio has said:
“A black child is safer on the streets of the worst neighborhoods in America than in his mother’s womb.”
Coming up Sunday evening we’ll hear from Reverend Walter Hoye II, the founder of Issues4Life. His story, featured on Breakpoint in 2010, reported the numbers reflecting the devastating impact on the African-American community:
Since 1973, [Hoye] notes, over 14.5 million black babies have been killed by abortion. Every, single day, 1,200 black babies are put to death in abortion facilities, making abortion the leading cause of death among African Americans! Nearly half of all black babies conceived die in abortion chambers today. Hoye says this means that a black child is safer on the streets of the worst neighborhoods in America than in his mother’s womb.
Rev. Hoye has a heart to help and he has truly put his faith on the line, including facing imprisonment for his faith, to help save women from the heartache of abortion. You will find help and care from one who understands the need for healing and who ministers God’s love to those harmed in the aftermath.
Plan now to listen this Sunday and join us as we welcome this hero of the faith.