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America has once again experienced a killing spree, this time in St. Louis, Missouri. How does the media coverage of such events reflect and even shape the attitudes Americans have towards life and the right to life here?
Our guest today will be talking about the future of the Black populuation in America in light of the overhwhelmingly high abortion rate among Black women. Catherine Davis, from the National Black Prolife Coalition, will be sharing with us information about the large number of post-abortive Black women who are starting to speak up about their experiences at the hands of abortion supporters in America. We are seeing a new tide rising, so please do not miss this dynamic discussion.
Catherine Davis, the Founder and President of The Restoration Project, a pro- family, prolife organization that works to inform, educate and activate concerned citizens on the impact of America’s public policy and culture on Black life and the family. A former candidate for Congress in Georgia’s 4th district, Catherine has worked on a number of political campaigns at the local, state and federal level. She has served as Legislative Director for the Network of Politically Active Christians, and Director of Minority Outreach for Georgia Right to Life. Catherine is a founding core member of the Black Pro-life Coalition and serves on their executive committee. She is Secretary of Care Net Urban’s Life Ambassador Council and serves on Online for Life’s advisory board. In her recently published book, The Fight for Life, Taking it to the Street, Catherine describes her journey from abortion to fighter for life. Catherine is a Pastor at The Father’s House in Norcross, Georgia and is a sought after public speaker that routinely brings new insight from a Biblical world view to issues of the day.
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