UN Racism Committee Wants U.S. to Kill Black Babies in Abortions

International   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Aug 30, 2022   |   5:43PM   |   Washington, DC

A United Nations committee dedicated to ending racism is pushing pro-abortion policies that are counterproductive to its mission.

In the United States, pro-life laws that ban abortions protect unborn babies of all races, but, because abortion rates are so much higher among African Americans, they especially protect unborn black babies.

However, abortion activists try to portray the situation as the opposite. On Tuesday, the UN anti-racism committee condemned the overturning of Roe v. Wade, claiming that state abortion bans hurt African Americans and other minorities, Reuters reports.

“The Committee was deeply concerned about the disparate impact on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of racial and ethnic minorities, particularly those with low incomes,” it said in a statement.

The 18-member committee’s job is to review and issue recommendations to countries regarding the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. Among its recommendations to the United States this year was keeping abortions legal, according to the report.

Committee Member Pansy Tlakula said they asked United States leaders this month to stop states from prosecuting women and abortionists under their pro-life laws, the report continues. However, pro-life laws do not prosecute women, only abortionists and those who help them kill unborn babies in violation of the law.

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“There was a willingness from the United States to look at some of the issues that we raised with them,” Tlakula said.

Contrary to the committee’s claims, pro-life laws are freeing babies in the womb from violence after decades of being treated as less equal human beings, and hundreds of thousands may be spared from violent abortion deaths every year as a result.

While abortions hurt families of every race and color, black Americans have a disproportionately high number of abortions compared to other racial groups. Census data indicates that African Americans make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population, but they have nearly 40 percent of all abortions. And New York City health statistics show that more unborn black babies are aborted in the city than are born most years.

An estimated 20 million unborn African American babies have been aborted since Roe in 1973.

Abortion activists complain that black women will suffer if they cannot abort their unborn babies, pointing to high poverty and maternal mortality rates. But abortions are not solutions to these problems.

Pro-life advocates are working to provide real solutions to mothers and babies of all races, by expanding Medicaid for pregnant and parenting mothers, providing free diapers and cribs, ultrasounds and pregnancy tests, temporary shelter, scholarships, financial aid and more.

Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, more than a dozen states have begun enforcing laws that protect unborn babies from abortion. SBA Pro-Life America estimates about 139,000 unborn babies are being saved from abortion as a result. And more states are fighting in court to enforce their pro-life laws.