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.
We were heavily
engaged in conversation and proclamation when we arrived at
the African American Museum of National History. That
is the African American Museum in the Background a most
majestic and creative structure. One day we hope that the
eugenic plans produced by Margaret Sanger and the eugenic
community will be presented in the African American Museum.
Its omission is obviously a ploy to censor the awareness of
Black Genocide in America.
Please help us end strong. I wanted to
do some radio ads in some of the radio markets of certain
swing states. Once again, it’s around election time people
pay more attention to the issues of the day because they are
going to make a decision on a candidate. That’s a perfect
opportunity to get more bang for the buck on reminding
people to recognize their values when pulling the lever and
remember the babies. We were not able to do that but there
are other pending projects that LEARN needs your supports.
You can give online at
www.BlackGenocide.org. or please mail your gift to
LEARN PO BOX 157 Montclair, NJ. 07042
In His Service,
Thank You In
Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr.
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