Friday, January 07, 2011

Black Genocide in New York City: Abortion

Official reports indicate that nearly 2 out of every 3 black children do not make it out of the womb alive. In aggregate, 41% of all pregnancies, of all races combined, end in abortion in New York City.

UPDATE 3/1/11: Federal CDC Report: Almost Half the Babies Aborted in NYC Were Black

UPDATE 2/16/11: Why Are More Black Babies Targeted for Abortion?

For background, read Abortion Targeting Blacks: Exposed in Media Campaign

UPDATE 12/1/15: Most U.S. Abortions are Blacks & Hispanic, CDC Reports

UPDATE 2/20/14: More Black Babies Killed by Abortion in New York Than Born

UPDATE 9/17/13: Black Abortion Key to Reducing Poverty, Says Mayor

UPDATE 11/8/13: NY Mayor De Blasio Promises to Increase Abortions

-- From "NYC's 41% Abortion Rate Riles Religious Leaders" by CBS News & The Associated Press 1/7/11

[New York's Archbishop Timothy Dolan reacted to] a New York City Department of Health report stating that induced terminations ended about 41 percent of the 214,454 reported pregnancies in the city last year.

Nationally, the number of pregnancies that ended in induced terminations was about 24 percent of the total in 2006, the most recent year reported by the Centers for Disease Control, which keeps thorough statistics on pregnancy outcomes nationwide.

Teenage pregnancies and abortions are down from previous years, but women aged 20 to 24 had more than one out of every four induced pregnancy terminations performed in the city last year, which has been about the rate for the last decade.

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From "Religious Leaders Call for New Efforts to Lower the City’s ‘Chilling’ Abortion Rate" by Paul Vitello, New York Times 1/6/11

In recent years, the Catholic Church has lobbied to end Medicaid financing for abortion. Many bishops, including Archbishop Dolan, have participated in an annual protest outside the United States Supreme Court demanding that the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which made abortion legal, be overturned.

Archbishop Dolan said abortion statistics in New York indicated that it was unlikely that the practice would soon end. But, he added: “We have to tell people what is happening here. I’m frankly embarrassed to be a member of a community where 41 percent of pregnancies are terminated.”

The gathering was also attended by Nicholas A. DiMarzio, the Roman Catholic bishop of Brooklyn; the Rev. Michel Faulkner, pastor of the New Horizon Church in Harlem; Rabbi David Zwiebel, vice president of Agudath Israel of America, a national Orthodox Jewish community service organization; and Leslie Díaz, a spokeswoman for Democrats for Life of New York, and the wife of State Senator Rubén Díaz of the Bronx.

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From "‘Chilling’ statistics show 41% of New York City babies aborted" by Patrick B. Craine, 1/7/11

On Thursday a press conference was organized by the Chiaroscuro Foundation, which supports alternatives to abortion, in response to the report. The Foundation has launched a new campaign and a website at, and have pledged $1 million for 2011 to cut the city’s abortion rate.

“Like it or not, the legality of abortion is a settled question in New York for the time being,” said Greg Pfundstein, executive director of the Chiaroscuro Foundation. “That doesn’t mean we have to accept the fact that in parts of the city nearly half of all pregnancies end in abortion.”

As is common throughout the country, there was a major racial disparity, with the majority of abortions being from African-American and Hispanic women. About 60% of African-American women’s unborn babies were aborted, 41.3% for Hispanic women, 22.7% for Asians, and 21.4% for Caucasians.

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