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Pro-Life Fridays: Elaine Riddick and The Rebecca Project

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Today, we maintain that if you knew the truth about Black History in America, you would be pro-life!

Elaine Riddick will be joining us again to share recent developments at The Rebecca Project for Justice.  Elaine has been hard at work securing justice for those injured by Depo-Provera injections.  Plus, we will find out how far the pro-abortion forces are willing to go to undermine life-affirming efforts by pro-life people of conscience.  Elaine gives us an inside story you won't want to miss.

About Elaine:
Elaine Riddick is the Executive Director at the Rebecca Project for Justice. Ms. Riddick is a dedicated Women’s Rights activist who as a Depo Provera and contraceptive expert became the Victims Coordinator for Attorney Willie Gary’s Depo Provera class action lawsuit. Elaine studied psychology at New York City Tech and is building the Elaine Riddick Sister Sanctuary for girls at risk in Georgia—girls who are potential victims of sex trafficking, homeless or pregnant without a place to call home.  Ms. Riddick is an African-American woman who, as a 14-year-old girl in 1968, was forcibly sterilized by the Eugenics Board of North Carolina, after she gave birth to her brilliant Son Tony Riddick a successful businessman in North Carolina. The Eugenics board stated that Ms. Riddick was "feebleminded" and "promiscuous"; therefore, in accordance with the policies of Dr. Alan Guttmacher and Margaret Sanger, Ms. Riddick was sterilized without her consent. Elaine waged a 40 year battle for justice securing 10million dollars for surviving victims in North Carolina.