Past Interviews and Publications
For many white evangelicals who led the pro-life movement, the end of Roe v. Wade marks a long-awaited and celebrated outcome. But for Black Christians whose political views on life extend beyond a single-issue fight, the sentiment is more mixed.
When it comes to race and abortion, it’s well-known in the pro-life movement that Planned Parenthood was created with the purpose of eliminating certain groups — including Black Americans.
The women ABC News spoke with said their faith helps shape their principles, and while there are fundamental differences that divide them, they are also linked by a common concern: addressing the root causes of abortion.
We have both been involved in the pro-life space for some time, cultivating many beautiful friendships and some sworn opponents.
If the pro-life community wants to lower the black abortion rate, it must address the issues that lead black women to abortion, activists argue.
Two protesters outside a Planned Parenthood facility were arrested and charged with defacing public or private property early ...