Forty-one years ago a Supreme Court decision opened the door to abortion, any time for any reason. Listen as we reflect on the impact of that decision on our nation—culturally, economically, politically, and morally. We hear from Star Parker, social policy consultant and columnist, and founder and president of CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, and get her perspective on life in America since 1973. We also check in with radio host Kim Ketola and get a report live from the March for Life.
The topic of abortion is close to Star’s heart, as she herself made that choice at a young age. She is now passionate about seeing abortion outlawed, and addresses the following issues:
• The targeting of minority women in the abortion practice.
• The importance of engaging the culture with Scripture.
• The concerns of putting our children in public schools.
• The importance of evangelicals becoming involved in abortion protests.
Star points out that we have an obligation to protect the least among us, and that includes not only the unborn children, but those in economic hardship who are targeted by abortion clinics.
This program has been pre-recorded.
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