59 Black Babies Killed for Every 100 Born in Buffalo, NY

Erie county, NY: People Are Dying: Personhood for Everyone

Additional coverage of the Buffalo pastors courage can be found at the following:

WBEN, WHAM, WYSL, etc carried the following: https://www.compasscarecommunity.com/2020/02/59-black-babies-for-every-100-born-in-buffalo/

Buffalo NPR affiliate WBFO:

https://news.wbfo.org/post/pro-life-groups-call-end-abortions-minority-communities


Additional information:

https://www.christianpost.com/voices/billboard-companies-promote-abortion-but-censor-pro-life-messaging-in-black-communities.html


https://townhall.com/columnists/ryanbomberger/2020/02/13/billboard-companies-promote-abortion-but-censor-prolife-messaging-in-black-community-n2561275


http://www.radiance.life/censored




Written Remarks of Above Video:

I am Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz, a wife, mother, friend, a Founder of Am I not A Child and the Frederick Douglass Foundation of NY.


Raising awareness of the epidemic of abortion. Combating the human rights atrocity of abortion happening in our communities is paramount to basic moral virtue and our societies survival. We must stop encouraging or ignoring this problem.

It is time we demand personhood for everyone once and for all.


We all know what happens when a small group of people get to decide who is “Fully human” and who is not. When you consider someone less than human it becomes much easier to abandon, whip, murder and enslave them all while justifying it ….. Just ask the Jews, Native Americans, Chattel slaves, The disabled and today the pre-born, the “fetus.”


For far too long in our society we have cultivated a culture of death and rejection instead of a culture of life and acceptance.


In the 47 years since Roe, while blacks represent only 14% of the population, we represent over 30% of all abortions committed in America. In Buffalo that number is 37%

I cannot sit by and just be silent, My people are dying


The Black population in 1960 was 18, 871,831. Today more than 20,000,000 Blacks have been aborted, yes, more than the entire Black population in 1960!


This is Genocide!


“Abortion alone accounts for more deaths in our community than HIV/AIDS, violent crimes, accidents, cancer and heart disease combined.”


I cannot wait, my people are dying…


Today, for every 100 black babies born alive, there are another 59 black babies killed by abortion in Buffalo


In 86 years, the KKK lynched and killed about 3,600 blacks. Today, abortion-mills kill more blacks in four days than the KKK did in 86 years.


I cannot wait people are dying…


These numbers are no real surprise considering that 60% of Planned Parenthoods are strategically located in minority communities.


This is a civil rights issue of our time, the personhood of all people.


A person is an organism with unique human DNA governing his or her own maturation from conception to natural death. Every person bears the image of God. Any person, therefore, demands our utmost dignity, respect, and protection—man, woman, boy and girl—from the womb to the tomb.


It was once said, “If Slavery is not wrong, then nothing is.”


Well today I want to leave you with this. “If abortion, the Killing of an innocent, helpless and voiceless child, is not wrong, then nothing is.” It is up to us to pick up the mantel and defend the voiceless, the least of us, the most vulnerable among us. We are uniquely positioned to stand up and speak out as 21 century abolitionists.


There is hope, together we can cultivate a culture of life and acceptance.

In 1787 we asked, “AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER?” and we overcame.

In 1837 we asked, “AM I NOT A WOMAN AND A SISTER?” and we were victors.

The time has come for us to raise our voice for the future:

Today we ask Am I not a child a son or a daughter.

Thank you


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