Guest Avail Walter Hoye.
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Planned Parenthood locations in NYC

Hey, I’ve got some good news …

And of all places, the good news is coming from New York City …

Yeah, in New York City, where you will find the headquarters of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. …

Again, yes, in New York City, where up until 2016, the number of Black American abortions exceeded the number of Black American births year after year, after year for years …

Yeah, I said I’ve got some good news …

As of 2017, Black American Births (21,992) out numbered Black American Induced Terminations or Abortions (20,569).

Here is the latest statistical breakdown from New York City’s Summary of Vital Statistics 2017 Report for non-Hispanic Black Americans:

  • Live Births
    + Induced Terminations
    ———————-
    42,561 Pregnancies
  • The percentage of Viable Pregnancies ending in Induced Termination

 Induced Termination (20,569) ÷ Viable Pregnancies (42,561) = 48.33%

So, 48.33% of Black American pregnancies ended in abortion and let us note that those numbers include both surgical and medical abortions.

Yes, these are still ghastly, heart stopping, mind blowing numbers …

And yes, this is all the more reason my wife, Lori and I and the Issues4Life Foundation must continue to fight for life in Black America nationwide …

But when you consider that the percentage of Black American pregnancies ending in abortion has come down twelve percent (12%) in a decade, in New York City, the headquarters of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., you have got serious cause for rejoicing!

Here’s even more cause for rejoicing in the Black American community …

A decade ago, Black American women procured forty-seven percent (47%) of all the abortions in New York City.

However, in 2017 that forty-seven percent (47%) dropped down to thirty-seven percent (37%) of all abortions in New York City.

Oh yeah, Lori and I are so excited …

But I’ve got even more good news from New York City …

In 2007, there were 40,573 Black American abortions in New York City …

In 2017ten (10) years later, that number fell down to 19,375.

Black American abortions, in absolute numbers, performed annually, have fallen by fifty-two percent (52%) in a decade.

These numbers are nothing short of miraculous …

Let’s thank Jesus Christ, right now …

And for just a moment, let’s get real and realize that the fight for life is the most important fight we will ever be in …

Why …

Because Without life, nothing matters …

It does not matter, if there’s an intact family with your father married to your mother waiting for you, if you can’t get out of the womb …

It does not matter, if there’s a high school and a college degree waiting for you, if you can’t get out of the womb …

It does not matter, if there’s a job and|or your own business waiting for you, if you can’t get out of the womb …

It does not matter, if there’s a color blind society celebrating equal opportunity for everyone, waiting for you, if you can’t get out of the womb …

It does not matter, which political party controls the Congress or the Senate, the Oval Office or even the United States Supreme Court, if you can’t get out of the womb …

Yeah …

Without life, nothing matters …

Every life is both precious and priceless …

So join my wife, Lori and I and the Issues4Life Foundation today, and let us celebrate this good news during Black History month …

After all, if Black American life, in New York City, is making a come back …

Where the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., the largest abortion provider in the world, that targets Black Americans, is headquartered …

Then there is more than hope for Black American life in the rest of the country.

Yes …

Cecile Moore, the 1965 President of the Philadelphia NAACP is still right …

Planned Parenthood’s plan is [ still ] replete with everything to help the Negroes commit race suicide.”

But today and all of this month, we will celebrate the life God has given us and praise His name.

Guest Avail 

Walter B Hoye IIWalter B Hoye II

  • President & Founder, Issues4Life Foundation (CA Civil Rights Foundation)
  • Founder, Frederick Douglass Foundation of CA
  • Core Member of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition
  • Board Member, The Morning Center (providing maternity care for women in urban and under-served areas).