Alveda King, the head of African American Outreach, of Priests for Life, sits down with Randall Terry to discuss a range of issues in our culture: African Americans voting hardline Democrat, black genocide by abortion, and views of Planned Parenthood in lower income areas. Learn about what they are doing to combat with education and reality.
Part 2: Alveda King and her book King Rules, and her family history
Alveda King comments on her new book King Rules, and her family’s tragic history. Learn about Alveda King’s father (Martin Luther King’s youngest brother), and how they brought so many people together to fight the evil of the day. From Martin Luther King to the Pro-Life Activist Movement: learn about the things you can do, to educate the public about the issues of the current culture, and reach the African American culture.
Part 3: Alveda King and how to Influence the Vote
Alveda King talks with Randall Terry about the history of Republicans, Democrats, the African American Community, and loyalty within their culture; they discuss bringing change to leadership through the education of voters—an education based on morals, ethics, with a focus on protecting all life. From JFK, to LBJ, to Obama, how did the African American culture move from primarily Republican to Democrat? Why do the Religious Right vote hardline Republican? What is the real choice on Voting Day?
Part 4: Randall Terry speaks directly to “Caucasian” Viewers
While the Religious Right votes hardline Republican, the last few Presidential cycles have seen African Americans, women, and Catholics voting hardline Democrat. What is the right decision? Why does principle rule over color of skin, party, and other issues?