March 2, 2010

Are Black Babies an Endangered Species?—An Interview with Ms. Catherine Davis

Frustrated by a perceived lack of success with minorities, the Georgia Right to Life recently hired a black woman, Ms. Catherine Davis, to make the case against abortion to minority audiences.  Ms. Davis began making the case that abortion is the key tool in the hands of those who seek to do harm to minorities.   On today’s show, Dr. Mohler interviews Ms. Davis about her efforts not only to end abortion but also the unpublicized efforts of abortion groups to prey on black women.  This interview brings to light the courageous work of Ms. Davis and others and demonstrates the significant steps that have been made in the decades-long fight to end the tragedy of abortion.

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