Posted by life dynamics on July 17, 2015
Black leaders protested outside the NAACP conference in Philadelphia decrying the group’s refusal to speak out against abortion which kills a majority of Blacks.
Rev. Clenard Childress, Jr. director of the largest Black pro-life organization the country, LEARN, told Life Dynamics that his “All Black Life” project visited the NAACP convention for days with a team of African Americans holding signs relating to Black Genocide.
He said that the group’s basic message at the NAACP event was that, “ALL Black Life Matters.”
“It is a gross injustice of the NAACP board and members to ignore the genocide of the African American community and the health ramifications that are resulting from abortions upon African American women,” he said.
Childress also spoke to OneNewsNow from the convention calling the NAACP hypocritical for not speaking out against Black Genocide form abortion.
“Right now I think the African-American community is quite hypocritical and short-sighted when it comes to being in an uproar about the Confederate flag and totally ignore the 1,786 African-American children who are killed each day in the womb,” he told the media outlet.
A controversial sign that Rev. Chilidress and his group showed to the 3,000- 5,000 attendees the 106th Annual NAACP Convention, was the image of a Confederate Flag alongside a dead aborted child.
Under the flag were the words: “Evil done to us?”
The words under the aborted baby were: “Evil done by us?”
“The imagery was powerful,” wrote one columnist who spoke to Childress after the event.
Rev. Childress said that the sign hit home and most of the delegates the group talked to, “were connecting the dots and the conversations were extremely fruitful.”
“They stared at the signs for a while and walked off shaking their head but saying , that’s right, that’s right, its wrong,” he stated.
“This connects the dots better than the others,” he pointed out.
In addition to the Confederate sign, another sign held by the Black pro-life group read: Abortion Suppresses the Black Vote.
Others addressed the recent killings of Black men by police showing the barbaric way Black babies are butchered inside the womb by abortion doctors.
“A person believed we were from the NAACP,” Rev. Childress reported.
“He walked up to us and said, ” well brother you voted for this didn’t you? When you voted for Obama you voted for abortion,” he added.
“The most popular sign was the confederate sign, everyone stopped to talk and look at the comparison,” Childress stated.
“One person was so frustrated that he had no retort to the sign he said well you might as well put the American flag up there also cause its happening not under the confederate flag but the American flag.Yes, I said, but this flag stands for liberty and justice for all… We refuse to apply it to everyone..,” he said.
Childress said that in addition to holding the signs, they handed NAACP members hundreds of copies the documentary film, Maafa21.
The film, which features the Black leader, details the eugenics agenda of abortion by diving back into the history of Planned Parenthood and their racist founder, Margaret Sanger.
In addition to Maafa21, Life Dynamics has published a brochure challenging the NAACP’s silence in the abortion related death of a Black women.
Life Dynamics contents that 24-year-old Tonya Reaves was murdered after Planned Parenthood doctors left her bleeding inside their Chicago abortion facility in July of 2009.
“When the leadership of the NAACP decided to look the other way at the killing of Tonya Reaves, they totally shredded whatever credibility they had left,” the Life Dynamics brochure reads.
All together Rev. Childress said their group handed out over 6,500 pieces of material exposing abortion and Black Genocide over the three days.
Rev. Childress sent Life Dynamics a few of the reactions he received from various NAACP members:
“When we begin to really look at the facts, we’ll recognize that our leadership is more about their own power and their own political progress than they are the plight of African-Americans,” Childress said.