Black Pro-Life Advocate’s New Book Takes on the Hijacked Pro-Abortion Civil Rights Movement

National   Steven Ertelt   Jun 17, 2016   |   11:18AM    Washington, DC

Black pro-life activist and LifeNews writer Ryan Bomberger has become an international pro-life sensation. Thanks to his excellent speaking ability, his tremendous adoptee and adoption stories and his tremendous ability to frame the pro-life perceptive in innovate new ways, Bomberger has inspired pro-life people across the country.

Perhaps the highlight (or lowlight) of his time serving the pro-life movement came when the NAACP went after him for publishing a LifeNews article. The NAACP ultimately lost its legal battle to silence the black pro-life writer who parodied its pro-abortion stance by referring to the NAACP as the “National Association for the Abortion of Colored People.”

The NAACP was upset about a column Bomberger wrote at LifeNews titled, “NAACP: National Association for the Abortion of Colored People” and a legal battle between it and Bomberger ensued.

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Now, on the week of Juneteenth (June 19th), the Emmy Award-winning creative director, journalist, prolife factivist will release his first book, NOT EQUAL: Civil Rights Gone Wrong.

In writing the book, Bomberger says he is is passionate about the pursuit of true justice and equality.  NOT EQUAL is that powerful pursuit and details how the civil rights movement has been hijacked.

He says it is a journalistic journey consisting of thousands of hours of research, writing and creative visual memes about the fundamental Right to Life, abortion, adoption, fatherlessness, liberal feminism, marriage, #BlackLivesMatter, and other controversial topics.

“Juneteenth is the date we celebrate the abolition of slavery-a racist system which was based on the belief that we are not equal,” says Bomberger. “It’s also the date that I was officially adopted into an incredible multiracial family of 15. Transracial adoption is just another form of beautiful justice and a loving act of racial reconciliation.”

This year, Juneteenth is also Father’s Day. Bomberger is a father of four (two were adopted) whose articles and public speaking often focus on the devastating impact of fatherlessness, especially in the black community.

Bomberger is concerned that more black babies are aborted than born alive in our nation’s abortion capital-New York City. In 2013, for every 1,000 black babies born alive there were 1,180 aborted.

He says: “The black community is the only demographic where more are aborted than born alive. Abortion rates are more than 5 times higher among blacks than whites. Poverty and lack of insurance don’t explain it as Hispanics have nearly the same level of poverty and are far less insured, yet have abortions at half the rate of the black community. Yet abortion activists call these hugely disproportionate deaths “reproductive justice.”

Bomberger says abortion activists “proudly celebrate the most violent form of inequality today-abortion. Their worldview is rooted in the belief that some humans aren’t equal,” Bomberger declares. “Been there. Done with that.”

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