Mark Crutcher is the President of Life Dynamics. Since 1986 Mark has committed himself to working in the pro-life movement full time as an outspoken and uncompromised opponent of legalized abortion. Life Dynamics has been involved in a number of projects to promote life and give the truth about abortion. One of these projects is a campaign to increase African-American participation in the pro-life movement. One part of this effort is a stunning documentary film called, “Maafa 21” which leaves no doubt that the driving force behind the legalization of abortion was eugenics and racial genocide.
Jim began this edition of Crosstalk with news regarding the nomination of Cornelia Pillard to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. She has called the ultrasound deceptive and has argued that abstinence education is unconstitutional and suggested that pro-life laws only enforce women's incubation of unwanted pregnancies. To make your voice heard regarding this nomination call your senators at the number listed below.
According to Mark, his film, “Maafa 21” shows that the origins of abortion have nothing to do with women's rights, reproductive freedom or choice but instead was about eugenics and racial genocide. Even 1960's radical civil rights organizations had seen this, were radically opposed to and actively fought against the legalization of abortion.
In a followup, Life Dynamics did a report called, “Racial Targeting and Population Control.” The report took the zip codes of all abortion clinics in the U.S. and analyzed them using U.S. government Census Bureau numbers. They found that abortion clinics are located in zip codes where the population of Blacks and Hispanics is exponentially higher.
Black women make up just over 12% of the female population of America yet they have 37% of all abortions.
Is it too strong to say that this is genocide against both the Black and Hispanic communities in America today? You decide when you hear the facts on this vital edition of Crosstalk.
To contact your senators regarding the nomination of Cornelia Pillard call 202-224-3121.