Entries Tagged ‘Walter Hoye’

Inside Congressional caucus briefing on how to block pro-life gains in black community

On May 10 the Congressional Black Caucus and Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus were honorary co-hosts of a wordy briefing entitled, “African Americans’ Attitudes on Abortion, Contraception, and Reproductive, Justice: From Public Opinion to Policymaking,” held at the U.S. Capitol.

On the agenda:

(Prolifer)ations 8-5-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Pro-Life Action League lauds the decision of the liberal CA 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to protect the free speech of sidewalk counselors […]

Breaking: Two new black pro-life billboard campaigns launched in major cities

Click all billboard graphics to enlarge… Today , on behalf of the National Black ProLife Coalition, spokesperson Walter Hoye announced 60 “BLACK&BEAUTIFUL” billboards have been placed in the Oakland, CA, area.

BREAKING: 70 “Black Children are an Endangered Species” billboards going up in the City of Angels

Beginning today Los Angelans in predominantly black areas of the metropolis will start seeing a total of 70 billboards pop in in their neighborhoods exposing the abortion industry for targeting African-Americans for abortions. The “Black Children are an Endangered Species” campaign, first launched in Atlanta, GA, is coming to the Golden State (click to enlarge)… […]

Victory: Abortion/Obama graphics displayed at liberal bastion Berkeley

Yesterday was a landmark day for abortion awareness. The Genocide Awareness Project at one of America’s most liberal universities:

Federal judge: Oakland City’s abortion mill bubble ordinance constitutional

I’ve written Contra Costa Times: A federal judge on Tuesday upheld an Oakland city law that bars people from approaching within 8 feet of women entering abortion clinics, dismissing a constitutional challenge brought last year by anti-abortion activist Walter Hoye….

Jivin J’s Life Links 7-16-09

by Wesley Smith shoots down Peter Singer’s advocacy for the health care rationing of people with disabilities.

Pro-life protest at NAACP convention

Over 50 people demonstrated at the NAACP’s Freedom Fund Dinner on May 3 during its annual convention in Detroit, MI. (Click to enlarge all photos.) National Black Pro-life Congress sponsored the event, with special guest Pastor Walter Hoye, just freed from jail for holding a sign, “God loves you and your baby,” in front of […]


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