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American girls

Abortion Present | When it comes to abortion, some Hispanics are becoming a bit too assimilated
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 1/17/09, 12:00 am

It was late November when Angel and her boyfriend visited Silent Voices, a pro-life pregnancy resource center (PRC) in Chula Vista, Calif. Angel's menstrual cycle was also late. It wasn't the first time.

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Black genocide

Abortion Present | African-Americans are fighting the high toll of abortion in their own community by developing compassionate alternatives
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 1/17/09, 12:00 am

Alabama State University (ASU), a historically black college, is planted near the west side of the capital city of Montgomery, a birthplace of the civil-rights movement. The campus sits at the edge of a major housing project. Or as Tijuanna Adetunji puts it: "It's in the 'hood."

That made it the perfect place for Adetunji, 38, who grew up in the Montgomery projects herself, to share her message on African-Americans and the true nature of abortion.

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Lessons from the past

Abortion Past | Pro-lifers in the 19th century overcame staggering abortion rates and saved lives; here's how they did it
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 1/17/09, 12:00 am

To save the lives of more unborn Americans we should see how our pro-life predecessors succeeded in the past-and by the past I don't mean only the past three decades but the past two centuries. It's conventional to think of the abortion horror as a product of the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, but research I've done at the Library of Congress shows that abortion on the eve of the Civil War was more frequent, in proportion to the U.S. population, than it is now.

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