A number of African American Walk for Life West Coast speakers have joined other African American pro-life leaders in submitting an Amicus (friend of the court) brief in June Medical Services LLC v.Gee. The case, brought by the abortion industry, challenges a Louisiana law that would require abortionists to “make arrangements for admitting women to nearby hospitals in cases of life-threatening complications.” This hardly seems an onerous condition to any sensible person, and the African American pro-lifers argue, quite correctly, that there is “long history involving unqualified and uncredentialed abortion providers disproportionately harming black women.”

At the 2017 Walk for Life West Coast!

LifeSiteNews has the story:

A coalition of African-American pro-life leaders including Alevda King, Ryan Bomberger, and Stacey Washington has submitted its own amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a Louisiana law imposing medical standards on abortion facilities, taking the opportunity to raise awareness of abortion’s disproportionate harm to black women.

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