Black Abortions By The Numbers
In the United States, the abortion rate for Black women is almost 4 times that of White women. On average, 900 Black babies are aborted every day in the United States. This tragedy continues to impact the population levels of African-Americans in the United States. The abortion racial disparity holds true when the focus is on Michigan statistics as well.
[SOURCE: Michigan Department of Health & Human Services, "Induced Abortions in Michigan: January 1 through December 31, 2017," May 2018]
Abortion providers sell this violent act as a “cure” to unintended pregnancies. Women and men are told the babies in the womb are not “persons” and that abortion does not kill a living human being. The same language that was used to discriminate against African-Americans in the past is now being used to discriminate against unborn babies. Science, however, tells us that a unique, new human life begins at fertilization.
Often the word “abortion” is never used by abortion advocates. Words and phrases like “choice” or “reproductive health” are used to sanitize the gruesome reality of abortion. Attempts to present factual information often leads to accusations of “misogyny” and waging a “War on Women.”
Enough with the word games and name calling.
Hope For Tomorrow
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For more information or to find out how you can help, please contact the Right to Life of Michigan Office of Multicultural Outreach at (313) 212-1326 or email: email@example.com.
*2017 Michigan population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau–the most recent available.
**Hispanic ancestry is considered an ethnicity, not a race. Hispanics may be part of any race. Numbers for Hispanic abortions/population are shown for comparison purposes. Statistics are not available to separate non-Hispanic blacks and non-Hispanic whites.
Karen Pazol et al., "Abortion Surveillance — United States, 2013," Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, November 25, 2016.