LOS ANGELES -- The Issues4Life Foundation, in partnership with The Radiance Foundation, launches an abortion awareness and pro-adoption themed campaign, entitled "Endangered Species." California is the nation's abortion capital with over 208,000 abortions (in the latest year reported) among its 424 abortion clinics. This African-American led initiative exposes Planned Parenthood's racist and eugenics-based history and unaltered course. According to the CDC, the black abortion rate is 3 times that of whites and 2 times that of all other races combined -- differences which cannot be explained by "lack of access" or "health care disparities." Seventy (70) billboards stating "Black Children Are An Endangered Species -- TooManyAborted.Com" are placed throughout Los Angeles.
Walter B. Hoye II, President of the Issues4Life Foundation, an African-American leader committed to ending abortion, has raised awareness nationwide. "The impact of abortion in the African-American community is the Darfur of America," Hoye declares citing the 50 million aborted since 1973, 18 million of which are African-American.
The Radiance Foundation's co-founder, Ryan Bomberger, is the Creator/Director of the TooManyAborted.com campaign and was, as a child, transracially adopted into a multi-racial family of 15. "Taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood aborted 324,008 innocent lives and only made 2,405 adoption referrals according to their own latest Annual Report; that's 135 children killed for every 1 adoption referral," Bomberger says. "Choice is a sham."
Dr. La Verne Tolbert, PhD, a former Board Member of Planned Parenthood knows about the abortion chain's tactics. "In California, children are targeted for abortions through school-based clinics and school-linked clinics, which are family planning clinics on or near school grounds. Girls are taken off campus to a Planned Parenthood clinic, where abortions are performed without parental consent or notification."
The Issues4life Foundation is a nonprofit organization, based in California, dedicated to protecting human life from our biological beginning until death and works directly with African-American leaders nationwide to strengthen their stand against abortion.
The Radiance Foundation is a nonprofit organization, based in Atlanta, that seeks to inspire people to live a life of meaning. Through various forms of media, speaking engagements, public awareness campaigns and community outreach efforts, they illuminate the intrinsic value each person possesses.