Dallas Premiere of “BloodMoney: The Business of Abortion”

October 20, 2010

Dallas, TX (CPLC) - October 27, 2010 beginning 7p.m. at Angelika Film Center, 5321 E Mockingbird Ln Dallas, TX 75206.

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BloodMoney is a documentary film narrated by Dr. Alveda King, which exposes the truth behind the Abortion Industry from the Pro Life perspective.

The film examines the history of abortion in America. From the inception of Planned Parenthood and the profitability of abortion clinics, to Roe v. Wade, to the denial of when life begins, the fight to save the lives of innocent babies, and the devastating effects it has had on the women that have exercised this “choice”.



Norma McCorvey
“Roe” of Roe v. Wade

Joseph Scheidler
Pro-Life Action League
Dr. Bernard Nathanson
Troy Newman
Operation Rescue
Father Frank Pavone
Priests for Life
Father Thomas Euteneuer
Human Life International

and Carol Everett
Former Abortion-Provider and Author of Blood Money 

This documentary reveals the holocaust that is abortion in America, including the deception giving rise to it, the profit motives behind it, and the undeniable suffering resulting from the so-called “right to choose.”  

“Rather than go through a nine month crisis pregnancy, . . . I’ve gone through about 20 years of hell on earth, just by exercising my right to choose.” - Testimony of post-abortive woman from the film  

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Pro-Abortion Blacks Attack Heir to King Legacy: Alveda King Calls for Boycott

August 26, 2010

WASHINGTON, DC (MetroCatholic) -  In an appeal to America to boycott the abortion industry, Dr. Alveda King, daughter of Reverend A. D. King and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. responds to the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Rights press conference.

“It is absolutely ludicrous that abortion supporters would accuse a blood relative of Dr. King of hijacking the King legacy. Uncle Martin and my father, Rev. A. D. King were blood brothers. How can I hijack something that belongs to me? I am an heir to the King Family legacy,” she said.  “I have a right to stand at the Lincoln Memorial on the 47th Anniversary of my Uncle’s ‘I Have A Dream’ speech. The Dream has yet to be realized. That Dream is in my genes and I carry forward in the fight for equality and justice for all blacks, including those in the womb.  My dad and my uncle gave their lives to ensure that the day would come when blacks would be judged not by the color of their skin, but the content of their character. If they were here, I know they would stand with me in this fight for the lives of those most vulnerable among us,” said King. 

Other African American leaders are joining Alveda in calling for a boycott of the abortion industry.

“It’s interesting to me to hear so called religious people call us the religious right — but that’s okay because they are obviously the complete opposite… they are the religious wrong!  Which begs the question… what God — if any do they serve?” asked Day Gardner, President of the National Black Pro-Life Union.  “As for me, I serve the God of Abraham, Jacob and Isaac — the great I AM… Father of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and all things created.  Those of us who serve the one true God acknowledge we are all made in his image. We bow to God’s Word when He says: ‘Blessed is the fruit of the womb.’ If God says children are a reward, a gift and our heritage, then we must uphold that all children are greatly valuable and desirable to God.  So, I ask again… what God do they serve?”  

“More and more of Black Americans understand the eugenic agenda of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers to control the black birth rate through abortion. And because we understand, we are standing with Alveda King in solidarity, continuing the fight for black life from its earliest beginnings,” said Catherine Davis, founding member of the black prolife movement. “I grew up understanding that the King family fought for my right to equality, even as they fought, bled and died for my right to life, free of government sanctioned lynching, restraints, and KKK threats. To believe that they would now stand for the destruction of life in the womb, screams against the legacy these great men left for us all.”

“I will stand with Alveda King because she is courageous enough to follow in her uncle’s and father’s footsteps,” said Gardner.  “The travesty of abortion — especially in the black community is the greatest civil rights battle of our time and we must overcome it — in Christ, we shall overcome it.”

“I have a dream, it is in my genes and I ask all America to stand with me on 8/28 at the Lincoln Memorial and thereafter by boycotting America’s abortion industry,” said Dr. King.

The National Black Pro-Life Union is an organization founded to serve as a clearing house to coordinate the flow of communications among all African American pro-life organizations and individuals in order to better network and combine resources.
We realize that if we are to be successful, it is necessary to share information and/or resources as well as “who gets the credit.”  We acknowledge that the real credit for any good thing always goes to GOD — not man.


Dr. Alveda King to Address the Restoring Honor Rally at the Lincoln Memorial August 28

August 23, 2010

ATLANTA, GA (MetroCatholic) -  Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, issued the following statement today on her upcoming appearance at the August 28th Restoring Honor Rally on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial organized by commentator Glenn Beck.

“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, like the Lincoln Memorial itself, belongs to all Americans.  I am participating in Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally not to advance any political agenda, but to advance the concept of honor in our nation. 

“The Book of Proverbs teaches that before honor comes humility.  The Restoring Honor Rally has been organized for the purpose of giving honor to those who have humbled themselves to serve each and every one of us by defending our freedoms.  If our soldiers don’t deserve honor, I don’t know who does.

“My Uncle Martin’s dream was not that we should be judged by our support for bigger or smaller government, but rather by the content of our character.  His dream was that everyone be guaranteed the unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  His dream goes beyond politics, it’s about the condition of our hearts.  That is what I intend to address on August 28.”

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit www.priestsforlife.org.

Dr. Alveda King Visits Westminster Abbey, Views Uncle’s Martyr Statue

June 25, 2010

LONDON, (MetroCatholic) - Dr. Alveda King, Director of African American Outreach for Priests for Life, visited the statue of her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at Westminster Abbey while in London yesterday.  The statue is one of ten 20th Century martyrs of the Christian faith memorialized in 1998 at the historic church.

“It is overwhelming to see the tribute paid to Uncle Martin by my British brothers and sisters,” said Dr. King, “but I know the glory is all God’s.  It is the message that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., preached - God’s Word - that still resonates today because the truth is timeless.”

“Uncle Martin taught one of the great commandments, that we are to love our neighbor as ourselves,” added Dr. King.  “Our neighbor is every person, whether living next door, across the ocean, or in the womb.  I pray today that Uncle Martin’s dream of equal rights and respect for all, born and unborn, will soon come to pass.”

Priests for Life is the nation’s largest Catholic pro-life organization dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia. For more information, visit www.priestsforlife.org.

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