Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Black Abortion Key to Reducing Poverty, Says Mayor

Marilyn Strickland, Mayor of Tacoma, Washington, speaking at a conference in the Birmingham Baptist church where four black girls were killed by a KKK bomb 50 years ago, said that the availability of abortion for girls is necessary to avert "a life of poverty with her children or her unborn children."

For background, read Minorities Targeted by Planned Parenthood for Abortion: Study and also read Black Genocide in New York City (nearly 2 of 3 killed in womb)

For further background, read Violence & Poverty due to Absence of Intact Family as well as Liberalism Causes Poverty in America: Study

In addition, read President Obama Asks God to Bless Planned Parenthood

-- From "US Conference of Mayors releasing anti-racism plan" by Jay Reeves, Associated Press 9/12/13

Members of the U.S. Conference of Mayors [held] a panel discussion on 'Reaching Economic Justice' at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013.

The proposals from the [conference] include speaking out against bias, reducing poverty and working to reduce disparities between whites, blacks and Hispanics in prison sentencing.

In cities, the mayors said they want to promote inclusion and tolerance and help integrate immigrants into communities. They said closing economic gaps between whites and minorities is a key.

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From "Taking Away 'Right to Choose' May Consign Women to 'A Life of Poverty'" by Susan Jones, CNSNews.com 9/16/13

"Young women who have children who are not married are more likely to end up in poverty, and so are their children," said Mayor Marian Strickland (D). "When you take away a woman's right to choose, you may actually consign her to a life of poverty with her children or her unborn children."

Mayor Strickland said it's important to "help people become empowered," and she made the point that mayors can set policies at the local level to encourage economic development.

"We all do better, when we all do better. And we made great gains as a country as far as civil rights. But there's a lot of work to do," Strickland said.

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Also read Liberals Admit to Destruction of African Americans as well as 'Intact Family' Nearly Extinct among Blacks

Bill O'Reilly 7/22/13 (click for video)

And consider this vintage interview with Planned Parenthood founder, eugenicist Margaret Sanger