Texas has become a battleground in the fight for life…
Texas has become a battleground in the fight for life as witnessed when legislation was approved to bring abortion centers to ambulatory surgical center standards . In 2010, the Centers for Disease Control reports that over 77,000 pregnancies were aborted in Texas. Since Roe v. Wade in 1973, there have been over 20 million abortions nation wide within the black community. Black women are five times more likely to have an abortion than any other group. On average, there are 1,876 black babies aborted every day in the United States. Now is the time to help end this tragedy. Women are being hurt by abortion, some so extremely injured they can no longer have children.
Contrary to the notion that abortion is among the safest of all surgical procedures, there are women who are still dying at the hands of abortionists across the nation, even as they fight against oper ating under reasonable standards of care. Several Christian leaders are working to expose the harm that abortion causes, while shining a light on the genocidal impact of abortion on communities of color.
The documentary film, MAAFA 21, is used by our organization to educate our community about the history, dangers, and hidden agenda of abortion. This well-produced expose of the abortion industry, racism, and eugenics reveals the movement to kill off the black race.
The goal of EMBRACE is to provide educational resources to the African-American community in the central Texas area so that with knowledge they may be empowered to make different choices and safeguard the race for many generations to come .
EMBRACE was born as a response to the needs of the African-American community in the Greater Austin area and is the brainchild of Debbie Bruce-Juhlke who is affiliated with the John Paul II Life Center in Austin. Since its inception, EMBRACE has held numerous educational events for the general and religious communities. One of its goals is to continue educating the people who have the ability to reach out to the African- American communities in central Texas, providing guidance, education, and compassion.