National Day Of Mourning: Concert Of Prayer

Walter B. Hoye II, Founder and President of Issues4Life Foundation invites eveyrone to join in a National Day of Mourning Concert of Prayer via Facebook on Saturday, August 1st.  Below you’ll find more information on this as well as information and video on the 2019 National Day of Mourning.

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You are invited to join the National Day Of Mourning: Concert Of Prayer on August 1st, 2020 on Facebook. At exactly 3 pm EST, (2 pm CST, 1 pm MDT, 12 pm PDT, 11 am AKDT, 9 am HST) the hour of Christ, you are invited to turn on Facebook Live and PRAY PSALM 51 once for America and once for the state in which you reside.3 We ask you to invite every one of your Facebook friends to pray as well.

The Restoration Project’s National Day of Mourning in 2019 drew attention to the deaths of more than 20,000,000 black lives snuffed out by abortion and to the fact that abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s is targeting of black babies. The event took place at the Guiding Light Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

A United States National Day of Mourning was planned for August 2019. It was a hugh sucess. The National Day of Mourning drew attention to the deaths of more than 20,000,000 black lives snuffed out by abortion. This event also drew attention to abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s targeting of Black babies calling it a “plan of extermination” reminiscent of Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project.”

For those that do not know about the “Negro Project“, conceptualized by birth control activist Margaret Sanger and implemented by her Birth Control Federation of America (now Planned Parenthood Federation of America).1

Even today the Black employees of Planned Parenthood Federation of America of Greater New York publically confess that Planned Parenthood was founded by a racistwhite woman and that such is a part of Planned Parenthood’s history that cannot be changed.2

No!

Black Lives DO NOT Matter to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

Never have. Never will.

Brothers, we need to talk.

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