The College Fix thecollegefix.com 29 Dec, 2020 08:00 am

Black pro-life event at Emory School of Medicine indefinitely postponed after deans intervene

Black pro-life event at Emory School of Medicine indefinitely postponed after deans intervene
Toni McFadden regrets her abortion: 'It's time to wake up to the genocide facing the black community.'

” is a black woman, Toni McFadden (above), and Emory Medical Students for Life includes at least one black leader.” MORE: Smoke bomb attack fails to silence black pro-life speaker at UT The College Fix has been unable to find contact information for Emory Medical Students for Life except for Malik Nelson (left), who is described by the Wheel as a member of the group’s leadership.A spokesperson for Students for Life of America told The Fix Dec.“The malevolent falsehoods professed by pro-life groups such as Emory Medical Students for Life, that claim to be scientific, empirically based, secular, and apolitical, have failed on all fronts, and as a result have both directly and indirectly targeted the lives and livelihood of Black women,” the letter declares, according to Breitbart: Free speech has always, and continues to be, used to protect whiteness and white supremacist narratives.

” The Wheel article notes that the letter refers to articles on the Students for Life of America website that doubt the mantra of “safe sex” and argue that abortion-inducing birth control leads to more abortion.“How can Medical Students for Life purport to be advocates and protectors of human life when they so egregiously seek to deprive women, especially Black women, of essential health care services?

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