New MLK Day Ad Campaign Exposes Shocking Fact That More Black Babies Are Aborted Than Born Alive in New York
Contact: Bethany Marie, The Radiance Foundation, 877-517-4463, firstname.lastname@example.org
ALBANY, NY, Jan. 20, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- New York's Governor, Andrew Cuomo, just announced that "right-to-life" advocates have "no place in the state of New York." The Radiance Foundation and its civil rights allies defy Governor Cuomo's intolerance and have launched the "DREAM IS DEAD" ad campaign (www.toomanyaborted.com/ny) in New York on Martin Luther King Day. The bold ad campaign declares: "The Dream Is Dead For 56 Million: TooManyAborted.com" reminding the public of Dr. Martin Luther King's fight to ensure justice for all. Bus transit ads will be seen throughout the state's capital, Albany, as well as Troy and Schenectady.
"In 1963 when Martin Luther King Jr. shared his Dream with the nation, he never envisioned an America where 'reproductive justice' would end more than 56 million
innocent human lives. His dream never pictured a nation where black boys and black girls would never be able to join hands with white boys and white girls, as sisters and brothers
, because 'freedom of choice' determined some humans are simply not equal," says Ryan Bomberger
, co-founder of The Radiance Foundation who is also an adoptee and adoptive father.
New York has the second highest abortion rate in America and the second highest total number of abortions, exceeding 100,000 annually. There is obviously no lack of access. Yet, liberal legislators in the state want to decriminalize all abortions allowing the violent procedure through the entire 9 months of pregnancy. Planned Parenthood and a coalition of other pro-abortion groups have joined Governor Cuomo's quest to enact the "Reproductive Health Act", part of his "Women's Equality Act". This dangerous pro-Gosnell bill will only endanger even more women and their unborn children.
"Planned Parenthood continually touts that they gave Martin Luther King their first Margaret Sanger Award in 1966. What they fail to tell the public is that abortion wasn't legal in '66," explains Bomberger. "Dr. King wrongly believed birth control would reduce poverty. He also wrongly believed Planned Parenthood was interested in elevating poorer blacks. Their abortion numbers tell a completely different story."
According to the NY State Department of Health, for every 1,000 black babies born alive, 1,223 are aborted. No other racial/ethnic demographic aborts more of their children than are born alive. Yet groups like the NAACP have endorsed this radical bill that will clearly disproportionately impact the black community.
New York campaign will continue to educate the public about this civil rights issue throughout Black History Month.