Dr. Alveda King Hosts Briefing on Disproportionate Impact Abortion Has on Black Women

Dr. Alveda King

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, June 16, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — Evangelist Dr. Alveda King, Founder of Speak for Life, joins She Leads America and other major organizations in hosting a significant post-Roe media briefing commemorating one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The briefing will bring together prominent leaders to discuss the vital role of supporting Black women and their unborn babies. These leaders will share their unique perspectives on how their organizations support Black women and their unborn babies in post-Roe America.

WHO:

Dr. Alveda King, Alveda King Ministries

Angela Stanton, Auntie Angie’s House

Day Gardner, Black Pro-Life Coalition

Rev. Liz Doyle, She Leads America

Dr. Linda Lee Tarver, A Better Way

Cherilyn Holloway

Dr. Gloria Purvis

Dee Dee Bass Wilbon, Bass Public Affairs

WHAT:

Briefing: A FRESH START FOR LIFE: Winning Black Women by Praying, Speaking, Choosing and Leading for Life

A post-Roe media briefing will address the following issues:

1. The disproportionate impact that abortion continues to have on the Black community.

2. Organizations across the country that provide support for mothers and their babies.

3. What pro-life advocacy looks like in a Post-Roe America with a focus on 2024.

WHEN:

June 23, 2023; 1:00 pm ET

WHERE:

Bloomberg Room – National Press Club – 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC

About Speak for Life: Speak for Life, founded by Evangelist Dr. Alveda King, is dedicated to empowering generations of pro-life advocates to speak for life boldly. Speak for Life aims to create a culture that values and protects Life from the womb to the tomb. For more information, please visit www.speakforlife.org.

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