The bar has been set very high for our next year’s Say So
March. We will have to start getting busy soon to equal all
the success of this year’s demonstrations. On the Say So
March this year we protested three Planned Parenthood
facilities, a march to City Hall in Philadelphia, worship
service in Philadelphia and Prayer service in Maryland,
demonstrations at the National Portrait Gallery, another
march to the National African American Museum from the
Portrait gallery a rally there and back home for most of us
to New Jersey. Special thanks to Bill O’Clock and
Joyce Tabb for logistics in Washington and Maryland.
Our list of special mention also to our own Minister
Billy Dalger for driving the over flow van on the
complete outing, the illustrious and dedicated Senior
Pastor Hurb Lusk of Exodus Baptist Church who opened his
door and pulpit for Sunday Morning worship, The Olney
Baptist Church led by Pastor Joseph Randal who's members
joined us for the march in Philadelphia and a host of others
who cheered, celebrated and stood in support of our project.
I also like to thank each one of you who thought our efforts
were worthy of your financial gift and those who truly
sacrificed to give to get the word of life out. It was an
outstanding event and as stated we will be working hard to
eclipse this year’s efforts. Black Genocide is key to
exposing the abortion industry and expediting the end of
abortion. It is our key to victory in the age of political
correctness and the ongoing discussions of the race issue.
We can truly use this social climate to open the eyes of the
public and neutralize the rhetoric of Planned Parenthood and
the Abortion Industry.
That's Pastor Bruce Rivers
giving me some needed back up as we walk down the streets of
Washington DC to the African g babies. We are seeing more
people take our message and search the information we give
them. I thank those who have helped us get better at what we
do and reach more people. We are travelling across the
nation picking our targets to get the maximum for our
efforts. Thank God for your love in supporting children
sentenced to die.
That's our National Director Rev. Dr. Johnny Hunter,
not only having walked with us but now preaching in front of
city of Philadelphia. Our efforts always educate people and
their interest leads them to go to our website and learn
more. The truth is on our side. We welcome debate but most
won't accept the challenge and when those that do, they
cancel before the event. We are making headway but we can do
a lot more with donors who see our vision and witness the
Those are African American Students filming our signs and
one young lady who had to come over and ask CBR driver and
activist Lincoln Turner, sharing incite about our
display in front of the African American Museum in
If we have the finance we will be posting up there regularly
to reach all the students Black And White who will be bussed
to the Museum, won't you help us?
That's the Say So Marchabout to arrive at the African American Museum in
Washington DC. The CBR truck is pictured behind us in
the distance. We were pretty impressive walking down the
streets of Washington Dc and all the visitors at first
thought we were celebrating the museum, but actually there
to question why no mention of eugenics perpetrated against
African Americans mentioned in the Museum?
That’s Lorretta Cudjoe
in front of the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery Washington, DC.
Lorretta Cudjoe lives in Atlanta Georgia and is a member of
the NAACP. She courageously fights for the unborn from
inside the organization and has led her chapter to write
resolutions to have the discussion of the disproportionate
rate of abortion in the Black community on the convention
floor. We need to keep the pressure on till the NAACP is
embarrassed into allowing this discussion and fulfill the
dream of Loretta Cudjoe of educating the membership of the
NAACP on the issue of abortion.
Standing in the middle of this tremendous trio is Joyce
Tabb, Director of EL Shaddi Care Center, Laurel MD, standing
to her left is her daughter and to her right is my wife
Regina. Joyce Tabb was a tremendous help to our effort
and is our contact for the First Baptist Church Of Glenarden
Maryland. We are looking for even more church participation
next year as we vow to keep the message of “Black Genocide"
on the front burner.
This has been an extraordinary year. We are doing the work
that makes a difference. A wall has been toppled and we our
running into the public square with our message to the
African American community that we should give Trump a
chance to make good on his contract and at the same time
shift a large percentage of the Black Community to once
again recognize their roots and embrace Christian Values.
Your donation as you can see goes a long way in impacting
the culture and now President Trump is in office we need
take swell our grass roots presence in this season of favor.
Make sure you are a regular contributor and now we are
committed to freeing every child sentenced to die and root
out unjust laws. We want a greater presence in the state
legislature but that takes consistent funding to keep people
weekly confronting legislators and having a rapid response
team to protest when necessary. It can be done with your
Always In His Service,
Thank You In
Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr.
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