Dr. Alveda King Fights for Unborn Lives at Atlanta Airport

Dr. Alveda King
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Christian leaders and pro-life advocates are joining forces to voice their concerns over the controversial pro-abortion advertisements displayed at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta. Dr. Alveda King, a prominent figure in the pro-life movement and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is leading the charge against these ads, which target Black women.

King, along with Catherine Davis of the Restoration Project, is rallying support to remove these harmful advertisements from the airport. They have drafted a letter addressed to Governor Kemp, with copies sent to the Mayor of Atlanta, Atlanta City Council members and the Fulton County Commissioners, to express their concerns and request the removal of these ads.

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The letter highlights the importance of protecting the sanctity of life and the need to support women in making informed decisions about their reproductive health. It emphasizes that the ads at the airport promote a culture of death rather than offering women life-affirming options and resources.

Dr. King and Davis are now inviting other Black women leaders to join them in this effort by signing the letter and lending their support. They hope that by presenting a united front, they can convince the authorities to take action and remove the pro-abortion ads from the airport.

As the deadline of Dec. 17, 2023, approaches, Christian leaders and pro-life advocates across the nation are encouraged to stand together in defense of the unborn and support this important initiative.

You can sign the letter and stand with Dr. King here.{eoa}

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James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.

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