More Black Babies in New York City are Aborted Than Born Alive

State   Conor Beck   Feb 3, 2016   |   1:13PM    New York, NY

The womb is an extremely dangerous place for black babies in New York City, where new numbers show that black babies are more likely to be aborted than born.

The new pregnancy statistics come from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for 2013. The shocking results show that 54.6 percent of black babies in healthy pregnancies were aborted that year. This means 79 black babies are aborted in the city every day and 66 are born alive. In other words, for every 1,000 black babies born in New York City every year, 1,200 are aborted.

This is a very modest decrease from what the data showed in 2011, when 55.1 percent of black babies were lost to abortion in New York City. In comparison, that year 265 white babies were aborted for every 1,000 born alive in the city, and 517 Hispanic/Latino babies were aborted for every 1,000 born alive.

Walter B. Hoye II, president of the Issues4Life Foundation that mobilizes black leaders for the pro-life cause, urges Black-American leaders to take note of the devastating toll abortion on demand has on the Black community.

He writes on his website that the abortion epidemic in the United States is a form of “Black genocide,” and questions the intentions of those pushing abortion on black communities. Such allegations make sense given that 79 percent of Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are strategically placed in low-income minority areas.

Bradley Mattes, the executive director of Life Issues Institute, said previously, “These census results clearly show that Planned Parenthood continues to pursue the eugenics philosophy of its founder, Margaret Sanger, who believed that Blacks and the poor were ‘unfit’ to reproduce. She dedicated her life to controlling the population of these “undesirables” by advancing birth control and sterilization in their neighborhoods.”

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In light of Black History Month, Hoye says: “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was prophetic when he said: ‘The Negro cannot win if he is willing to sell the future of his children for his personal and immediate comfort and safety.'”

Responding to the startling new statistics, Hoye tells LifeNews, “Without Life, we have nothing!”

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