US day of mourning to commemorate 20 million black lives lost to abortion

    Updated: July 17, 2019 at 4:24 pm EST  See Comments

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    RICHMOND, Virginia, July 17, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – A U.S. National Day of Mourning is planned for late August to draw attention to the deaths of more than 20,000,000 black lives snuffed out by abortion. The event will also draw attention to abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s targeting of black babies under what organizers of the event say is a “plan of extermination” called “The Negro Project.”

    “These black lives do matter,” said Catherine Davis to LifeSiteNews.

    Davis is spearheading efforts by allied pro-life organizations Civil Rights for the Unborn, the Douglass Leadership Institute, and The Restoration Project to host the day of mourning. Davis, the Christian founder of the Restoration Project, has been active in the pro-life movement for decades as a post-abortive woman. She has testified before Congress on the eugenic goals of the Planned Parenthood to eliminate blacks. Among her projects is to ultimately charge Planned Parenthood with the crime of genocide, as defined by U.S. federal statute. 

    The Day of Mourning will begin with a procession in Richmond, VA on August 30 and will end on August 31 in Birmingham, AL with stops in Raleigh and Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA. Women joining the event are asked to wear white to mourn

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