THE SANCTITY OF LIFE CURRICULUM FOR
AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCHES
Scope: This project covers the development, production and distribution of the "Sanctity of Life" curriculums to African American churches.
Justification: Most polls indicate that the majority of African Americans favor a pro-life position. However, very few African Americans have become involved in pro-life activism primarliy because of misinformation which has come from the pro-abortion proponents. the lack of pertinent information about the impact of abortion in the African American community, and the failure of high profile leadership within our ethnicity to share the pro-life message has compounded the problem. The clergy is the primary source of leadership and direction within the African American culture.
THE STUDY OF GENOCIDE & EUGENICS
Scope: This project establishes a Study of Genocide and Eugenics. It includes funding for document acquisition, custodial maintenance, and funding for scholarly research.
Justification: The plans for promoting eugenics and the genocide of African Americans are well documented, but are virtually unknown in Black America. The early seduction of Black Americans by the Birth Control League and Margaret SangerÕs birth control programs have set into motion todayÕs dilemma which has undermined African America into itÕs position of apathy in pro-life activism. The efforts to continue the plans for eugenics and genocide have become more sophisticated and have expanded to achieve a global impact.
AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Scope: This project enables LEARN to actively participate in African American events held in major cities across America. If provides the resources necessary for LEARN to set up an exhibit which offers pro-life information which is relative to the African American culture. It also provides the resources for follow-up on local contacts developed through participation at these events and funding for training leaders for community outreach.
Justification: African American Expos and Conferences are vehicles for sharing mainstream information with African Americans. Tens of thousands of African Americans attend regional events with the objective of obtaining current information and networking with other African Americans.