Minority Outreach

Recognizing the difficult reality of increased abortion rates in minority communities, we reach out to minority women in a special way, helping them to realize the truth behind abortion and guiding them to resources available to meet the unique challenges they face.


Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"When we said we would no longer sit [in] the back of the bus, a place was being reserved for us down at the abortion clinic.[...] Abortion is an attack on the family and the humanity that unites us all."

Our Minority Outreach Coordinator shares the message of life at community events and takes an active role in local women’s groups in-person and on social media. In doing so, she forges relationships with minority women who may be at risk for having an abortion or in need of healing from a past abortion. As one who is post-abortive herself, she speaks with conviction as she urges women not to go down the path that she chose.

Our Minority Outreach Program also builds relationships with churches, urging pastors to speak about abortion from the pulpit and take an active role in standing up for women and their unborn children.