Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Alveda King Sunday June 16 at 9 pm ET
[UPDATE: podcast posted 6-17-13]
One of the strongest voices to shed light on the devastation abortion has brought to black Americans is Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Associate and Director of African American Outreach with Priests for Life and Founder of King for America.
Dr. King is the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and she shares from the heart the pain and devastation of aborting three of her children.
More than any other speaker, Dr. King’s story has helped me see the racist roots of abortion in America. She is an articulate voice for those who are being led astray by leaders who bought into the lie that abortion would be a ticket out of poverty—illustrating that the result instead is a generation weakened by shrinking numbers of blacks being born in comparison with other ethnic groups.
Dr. King is also one of the voices from the documentary Maafa 21 which exposes the role of abortion in the advancement of eugenics, the science of perfecting the human race by weeding out the poor and racial minorities, with a particular focus on African Americans:
Join us for a compelling story of the problem of abortion in black America—and the hope we have for solutions in our faith.