Date of Interview: Oct 2, 2019
Interview Guest: Walter B Hoye
Show: I MAY BE WRONG BUT I DON’T THINK SO with host Alphonso L Ashworth
Interview of Walter B Hoye, founder of the Issues4life Foundation targets and works directly with Black American leaders nationwide to strengthen their stand against abortion on demand and resolve the questions surrounding the bio-ethical issues that impact our humanity. Hoye states, “we are committed to protecting both the civil and human rights of the child in the womb by recognizing the inherent dignity and unalienable rights of all members of the human family, so that in law and in practice every life is valued.”
Walter Hoye comments:
Dedicated to reaching black leadership about life issues and understanding the real reasons by the black leadership rejects pro-life.
What is going on in the black community and America as a hold re: abortion?
“People have personal reasons why they are not for the life issue.”
“People know its about murder. They know its real. The more clear it becomes clear, more and more black leadership is starting to come around to do something about this.”
Abortion kills 109% more in black America. “We took data directly from the abortion industry and caught them lying. Abortion in black America is the number 1 cause of death of blacks in America.”
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About Walter 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).
The extent to which you have the ability to take action is the extent to which you have a moral responsibility to take action. — Walter B. Hoye II
Abortion is a form of discrimination. Just as Black Americans were both enslaved and disqualified from constitutionally protectedPersonhood because of their skin color. Just as Jews were legally put to death and disqualified from constitutionally protected personhood because of their ethnicity. Today, the pre-born child is disqualified from constitutionally protected personhood because of his or her size, level of development, environment and|or dependency.
Walter B. Hoye II is both Founder and President of the Issues4Life Foundation, the California Civil Rights Foundation, Founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California, an Executive Member of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition, a Board Member of The Morning Center, which was founded to provide free full-service maternity care for women in urban and under-served areas, a published author of the book Leadership from the IN|SIDE Out and serves as a leadership consultant.