Black pro-life leaders are demonstrating for several days at the recently opened National Museum of African American History in Washington, D.C.
The museum details the history of black people in America, but important facets are missing. One of the major omissions is the impact of abortion on the African-American population. So Pastor Clenard Childress of L.E.A.R.N. Inc. tells OneNewsNow his group is drawing attention to the dirty, little secret liberals want to keep quiet.
"I think it'll wake up some people -- this conspiracy, this deliberate attempt by leftists -- hate to say, but that's just what it is – liberal-thinking people to hide the truth about abortion to African-Americans," he states. "It's a glaring example of subterfuge."
Liberal America largely supports abortion on demand, and it has claimed more than 20 million black babies' lives so far.
"There's no other thing you can mention that's impacted African-Americans in a natural sense more than abortion," the pastor laments. "20 million people. There's only 37 [million], now; you're talking 20 million [gone] directly due to abortion, and there's not a word of it in [the museum]. That's a travesty, and it's also deceptive."
There is also no mention of gospel music, which was heavily impacted by black Americans.
L.E.A.R.N. Inc. will also demonstrate at the National Portrait Gallery, which features a bust of Margaret Sanger, the founder of the organization that is now Planned Parenthood.