A bit of social activism will soon take place in the streets to draw attention to black genocide.
Dr. Clenard Childress of the Life Education and Resource Network, or LEARN, says an average of 1,786 black children are killed every day by an abortion.
With that figure in mind, he says, the purpose of LEARN is to do more than just educating the public about black genocide.
“Also to point out the clear betrayal of our leadership and collaboration with the very entities that are decimating the African-American community,” he says, adding that it’s time for the black community to rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
“And protest and declare that the killing must stop,” he says.
The Say So Marches will be in the nation’s capital and also in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland. That addresses lawmakers and the courts but LEARN also wants to educate pastors in traditionally black churches to preach against black genocide.
Childress calls that “key.”
“We’re called to preach, to proclaim,” he says, “and when we’re silent it is counted by the masses as compliant, and that we’re condoning what’s going on. And pastors have sinned by their silence.”
Dr. Childress also draws attention to the support of abortion by the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus, both of which receive money from pro-abortion groups.