In a chronicle broadcasted by the Washington Times, Alveda C. King, niece of Martin Luther King, tell the experience that made her change her position on abortion. «I will tell you that of the 50 million children who, since 1973, have eliminated the abortionists, two were mine».
«In my mind I can still see my kids». King, who directs the African American Outreach of Priests for Life, attaches a same pretext for racism and abortion that afflicts the African American population. «Abortion has claimed a terrifying share in the black community, killing more people than aids and crime».
According to the counts of the abortion industry, it is confirmed that black women are 4.8 times more likely to have an abortion that the young white women. In describing the racial segregation, King says; «when racial disparities as dramatic as these appear, in employment or education, is sufficient to conclude that in our institutions there is institutionalized racism and discrimination.»