Skip to comments.Black Pro-Life Students Swim Upstream
Posted on 04/15/2019 2:27:42 PM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
Black babies are being put to death at an alarming rate. In the context of a culture that secretly consents to abortion as a means of birth control, it takes courage to rise up, speak out, and do something about it.
According to Mark Steele, 25-year-old student chaplain of the first Students for Life group at a historically black university, the difficulties involved with stepping outside cultural demands are worth the reward.
I do feel like Im swimming upstream against the culture, he told AFA Journal. But I have a passion and love for people, for seeing lives changed. Its all about saving a soul and saving a life. And, here at Mississippi Valley, we believe in making the world a better place.
Mississippi Valley State University is a public university located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, the northwest part of the state known for its fertile soil, endlessly flat land, rich music culture, and southern charm.
Demographics in the Delta are remarkable. The minority is the majority. And MVSU student body composition (91% black) reflects the areas distinct culture.
(Excerpt) Read more at afa.net ...
If a town is 16% black and a company in that town has black employment of 14%, the ‘revs” Jackson and Sharpton will be all over the place whining about injustice. Not a peep out of either one of them about the amazing disproportional murder of black babies, though.
That is because they hate the Led Zepplin song......Nobody’s Fault But Mine.
They have to blame someone else for everything.
Blacks can’t swim.
I wonder if HBCU have College Republicans chapters. If not, they should...
You go pro lifers !
Save the babis from the evil government!
Save the babies from The evil government!
ALL life is worth living!
All lives must be saved, preserved and respected!
Teach diligence respect and love for women
Respect Gods creation as holy and incredible
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